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Fabiano oversaw development of recent instalment Resident Evil Village, as well as Resident Evil 3 and 7. Outside of the survival horror series, Fabiano was a producer for Devil May Cry 5 and Ghost ‘n Goblins: Resurrection.
During his time at Capcom, he was also a prominent figure in the promotion of the Resident Evil series and often fronted videos and media interviews. Fans might also recognise Fabiano as the character Peter Walken from Resident Evil 7.
“Hard to write this best so I’ve decided to keep it simple: Thank you everyone at Capcom for allowing me to grow together with you over the past 13 years. I’m thankful and will cherish the experience forever,” he tweeted.
“Thanks to everyone both in and outside the studio that have supported me over the years. I’ve taken a new position at Bungie working with some great people and continuing my journey.”
It’s worth noting that the role of “producer” is more focused on production scheduling in the west than in Japan, where it often involves a mix of disciplines that are more involved with creative decisions.
Capcom announced this week that Resident Evil Village has shipped four million copies in its first 20 days. This means Village is selling faster than the previous three major Resident Evil game releases.
The strong start for Village comes despite underwhelming results in its native Japan, where the first-week physical sales were the series’ worst in nearly two decades.
Capcom has said it hopes Village will surpass Resident Evil 7’s sales to become the best-selling individual title in the series.