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Media: Head of PlayStation Production joins EA

IGN has learned that PlayStation production head Connie Booth, who left the company last fall after 34 years of work, has joined EA. Booth will take over as general manager of the Action-RPG development group.



Booth will oversee development at EA Motive (Iron Man), Cliffhanger Games (Black Panther) and BioWare (Dragon Age, Mass Effect). Connie Booth will report directly to Laura Mealey, head of EA Entertainment.


Connie helped build Sony Interactive Entertainment’s in-house studios for over 30 years and was responsible for developing some of their biggest franchises, including Marvel’s Spider-Man 1 and 2, The Last of Us, Ghost of Tsushima, Uncharted, Ratchet and Clank and more.



She is known for creating an incredible developer-centric culture and championing creative vision while driving innovation. I have known Connie for many years and have always been impressed by her love and dedication to gaming. She especially cares about game developers. She has an impeccable reputation in the development community and will undoubtedly have a positive impact on our games.


Laura Mealy


IGN notes that one of Connie Booth’s key tasks within EA will be to try to breathe new life into BioWare, which is currently working on Dragon Age: Dreadwolf.


The PlayStation veteran comes to EA after the publisher laid off 670 employees and abandoned other franchises, choosing to focus on its own portfolio.


Connie Booth has worked at PlayStation since 1997 and oversaw, among other things, The Last of Us, Spider-Man, God of War Ragnarok, Uncharted and other hits.


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