Patrick Wyatt

aka: Pat Wyatt
Moby ID: 1019

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Patrick Wyatt was previously Blizzard Entertainment's Vice President of Research and Development and the company's second employee.

He was most recently the team lead and lead programmer of Previously, Pat was a senior programmer on both StarCraft and Diablo, and wrote the multiplayer code for both games. He was also a producer and senior programmer on Warcraft II, for which he wrote both the networking and multiplayer code, and producer and lead programmer for Warcraft I. Pat also worked on Lost Vikings, Battle Chess, Rock and Roll Racing, Death and Return of Superman and Justice League Task Force. Pat was employed at Blizzard more than eight years.

In March, 2000, he founded ArenaNet with Mike O'Brien and Jeff Strain. He then worked as a programmer for the company.

On 10th September 2008 it was announced Wyatt would become CTO of the newly-formed NCsoft West when ArenaNet was consolidated along with other NCsoft subsidiaries under a single label.

Credited on 37 games

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New World (2021, Windows) Additional Engineering
Crucible (2020, Windows) Senior Principal Engineer
Tera (2018, PlayStation 4) Special Thanks to
Fat Princess: Adventures (2015, PlayStation 4) Special Thanks
AirMech (2015, Xbox One) Special Thanks
State of Decay: Year-One Survival Edition (2015, Windows) Programming
State of Decay: Lifeline (2014, Windows) Programming
Escape Plan (2013, PlayStation 4) Special Thanks
State of Decay (2013, Xbox 360) Special Thanks
Guild Wars 2 (2012, Windows) Special Thanks
Diablo III (2012, Macintosh) Team special thanks
Aion (2009, Windows) Executive Team
Guild Wars: Eye of the North (2007, Windows) Executive Producers
Guild Wars: Nightfall (2006, Windows) Executive Producers
Guild Wars: Factions (2006, Windows) ArenaNet Executive Producers
Guild Wars (2005, Windows) Executive Producers
WarCraft III: Reign of Chaos (2002, Macintosh) Our thanks to
Diablo II (2000, Macintosh) & Realm Programming
Diablo II (Collector's Edition) (2000, Windows) & Realm Programming
StarCraft 64 (2000, Nintendo 64) Starcraft 64 Strike Team

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