Leonard Boyarsky is an American game designer and one of the co-creators of the original Fallout game.
Boyarsky started his career in 1992 at Interplay, going on to work on Stonekeep, Fallout and its sequel Fallout 2. He co-founded Troika games in 1998 with Tim Cain and most notably lead the project Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines.
In 2006 Boyarsky joined Blizzard to become lead world designer for Diablo III and its expansion, Reaper of Souls. In 2016, he joined Obsidian to rejoin long-time partner Tim Cain for The Outer Worlds.
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Obsidian designer seemingly hints at Xbox showcase appearance
The Microsoft-owned studio is currently working on RPGs Avowed and The Outer Worlds 2
The Outer Worlds: Murder on Eridanos expansion launches next week
Opening cinematic released for “Halcyon Helen’s final (and finest!) adventure”
The second Outer Worlds expansion will launch before April
“Halcyon Helen’s final (and finest!) adventure”
The next Outer Worlds game is reportedly in pre-production
Obsidian said to be exploring a follow-up to 2019’s sci-fi RPG
The Outer Worlds finally has a Steam release date
Obsidian’s RPG hits Valve’s digital distribution platform this month
Grand Theft Auto publisher planning to bring more older games to PS5 and Xbox Series X
Take-Two CEO “sure there will be more in the future”
Prolific port house says it can now adapt ‘any’ current-gen game to Switch
Virtuos claims it took 10 months to port XCOM 2
Outer Worlds gets June Switch release date and confirmation of physical cartridge
Nintendo version was delayed due to COVID-19
‘It’s hard to say’ if Game Pass helped or hurt Outer Worlds, says Take-Two
But Obsidian’s RPG is still “a big hit” with over two million sales
Outer Worlds has been delayed on Switch ‘due to coronavirus’
Physical version will now release on a cartridge, Private Division says