FourFourTimes games founder Mark Rubin was the original developer of the original Fallout, a turn-based RPG.
He is now the new chief executive officer of Bethesda Softworks, which was founded in 2012 and is based in San Francisco.
In 2017, Bethesda announced it was partnering with Unity Technologies to develop an AR-platformed game.
“Unity is our partner in development of a VR and AR-focused game,” Rubin said at the time.
“I am thrilled to be joining the Bethesda team.
I am excited to help build on the strong and vibrant community that Bethesda has built over the past few years.”
Rubin is also a major shareholder in the virtual reality game studio Oculus VR.
Rubin previously held various roles at Bethesda including managing director of development, head of marketing, and head of business development.
His experience at Bethesda is notable for having a large role in the creation of Fallout 3, which sold more than 1 million copies and was considered the biggest game in the franchise.
Rubin has previously worked on games like Fallout 4, Fallout Shelter, and Fallout Shelter 2.
Rubin is a longtime Fallout player and the former president of Bethesda Studios.
“My role at Bethesda was to oversee all aspects of Fallout, from design to production,” Rubin told the press in a statement.
“The Fallout series has been an amazing experience and I am honored to join a company that has a deep love of the series and its games.”
Bethesda is also building a VR-focused AR game.
The studio is working with Valve to bring its AR title, Fallout 4 VR, to Steam Early Access, which is slated to launch in the first half of 2018.
Bethesda will also be making its VR game, Fallout VR: The Last of Us, available on Steam.