His resignation will be into effect this June, in which he will be replaced by Yosuke Matsuda, who joined the company in 2001. This move comes as part of the financial revision for the company, in which expects that Square-Enix now "expects to incur extraordinary loss in the settlement of the accounts for its fiscal year ending March 31, 2013."
The company had been predicting net income losses of about ¥3.5 billion, which has been revised to ¥13 billion following a decline in Western retail and digital sales.
With Wada resigning from Square-Enix, what will the future bring with the succeeding CEO of the company? Will some delayed games be released? Only one thing is certain, no one really knows what tomorrow brings.
Personally, I can't wait to play this game, Assassin's Creed is one of my favorite game franchises ever since my cousin introduced me to the game in 2007 when the first game came out.
God Bless and Play Hard Gamers!