For what its worth, Hudson's absence was largely responsible for the mess Anthem devolved into in the first place, and his return was largely responsible for them salvaging that mess into something that almost resembled a game. I think Hudson is very much capable of throwing the company over his shoulders and dragging them back in the right direction. Whether or not that on its own is enough remains to be seen; I'm not sure any one man is enough to fix the described issues in management and process that Bioware clearly suffers from, but I think he will be able to mitigate the worst of it. And if he can do that and get the ball rolling on internal reviews and overhauling their company systems, then I think Bioware will be in halfway decent shape in the near future. Only time will tell if he can manage it though.