Scottish developer Realtime Worlds, currently at work on its MMO APB
, has hired Joshua Howard as its new program manager.
In his new role with the Dundee-based Studio, which developed the 2007 action game Crackdown
, Howard will coordinate Realtime Worlds' various internal and external operations surrounding APB
He has previously served at Bella Sara
publisher Hidden City Games, and over the course of more than a decade at Microsoft he became studio head of Microsoft's now-defunct casual studio Carbonated Games.
Said Howard of his new position, "I was drawn to Realtime Worlds because they had the expertise and experience to deliver on their ambitious goals.
"I am very pleased at the chance to be a part of Realtime Worlds, to help ship APB
, and to be working with the tremendously talented people here focused on the vision of creating great games."