Killzone developer Guerrilla Games' co-founder Arjan Brussee has left the Netherlands-based company to become an executive producer at Visceral Games, which is best known for the Dead Space series. Guerrilla was started in 2004 by Brussee and Arnout van der Kamp.
Brussee said farewell to his co-workers in an email, giving his reasons for leaving, stating, “Every year there was something ambitious, new and inspiring to put my energy into. For me, I now want to find a new personal challenge, which I hope to find at EA HQ near SF,CA and who knows where this will take me next,” and added that his time with the company was "a great ride."
Brussee had a major role in the company, functioning as executive producer, production director and development director on on every game the studio had ever released, including all three Killzone console titles, Killzone Liberation for PSP, and Shellshock: Nam '67 for the PlayStation 2, Xbox and PC.