Larry 'Major Nelson' Hryb, Xbox's Director of Programming and spokesperson for Microsoft's gaming business, is leaving the company after 22 years.
Hryb made the announcement on his social media accounts, expressing gratitude to fans and colleagues and looking forward to the next chapter of his career.
After two decades of working with gamers worldwide and having direct dialogue with customers, Hryb thanked millions of gamers for including him in their lives.
He also thanked the Xbox team members for their trust and expressed his excitement for the future and the evolution of Xbox.
Hryb mentioned that Xbox's official podcast will be taking a hiatus and will return at a later date.
Hryb has not yet revealed his next career move or future plans.
Hryb's departure marks the end of an era for Xbox and Microsoft's gaming business, as he has been a prominent figure in the industry.