The DICE hall of fame will be getting a new addition. One of Bethesda’s lead creatives will be added to the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences Hall of Fame in 2017. The man’s name is Todd Howard, and he is the executive producer and game director at Bethesda Game Studios. Todd Howard lead the creative team for games such as Fallout and Elder Scrolls.
The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences Hall of Fame honours those who “demonstrate the highest level of creativity and innovation, resulting in significant product influence on a scale that expands the scope of the industry”.
“The Academy is thrilled to be honoring Todd Howard as our next Hall of Fame recipient during our 20th D.I.C.E. Awards celebration,” AIAS president Mike Fischer said in a statement.
“Todd’s impact on his studio, our company, and the gaming industry as a whole has been truly remarkable. When you look at the very best game developers of all time – the 21 members of the AIAS Hall of Fame – I think Todd deserves to have his name right alongside of them as the best of the best,” Bethesda’s PR boss Pete Hines added.
“Todd is revered by legions of fans not just for his creative leadership over the years but for his humility and humor,” -AIAS vice chairman and Insomniac Games founder Ted Price.
Well Done Todd my boy!