Lately, Sony's gaming platforms have enjoyed a ton of support from third party developers big and small, but now one of the people in charge of those relationships is leaving the company. Adam Boyes announced in a series of tweets (and on the PlayStation Blogcast) that he's going back "to the world of game development" that he left in 2012 to become the PlayStation brand's VP of Publisher & Developer Relations. Recently his job as involved bringing game experiences to PlayStation VR, but Boyes has also connected projects like the Grim Fandango remaster and No Man's Sky.
After an incredible journey here at PlayStation, I've made the very hard decision to return to the world of game development!— Adam Boyes (@amboyes) July 8, 2016
This feels super weird to say after 7 years, but yesterday was my last day @PlayStation. It's been amazing, but I'm off to new adventures!— Nick Suttner (@nsuttner) July 1, 2016