The main screenwriter of Assassin s Creed returns to Ubisoft 9 months after his departure
The Assassin s Creed series lost one of its most prominent writers when Darby Levitt announced earlier this year that he was leaving Ubisoft to embark on a new adventure. However, only nine months after his departure, he decided to resume his duties.
Reflecting on my career over the past year, I focused on my desire to explore new ideas and unknown borders., Levitt wrote on social networks. In my great pleasure, it is reflected in my return to Ubisoft to work on Assassin s Creed.
The Narrative Director has been working at Ubisoft Montreal for more than 10 years and has created several stories and dialogues for a variety of assassin s Creed titles, such as Unity, Revelations, Origins, Black Flag and, more recently, Valhalla. I am delighted to continue my trip, he continued. Stay tuned !
During his absence at Ubisoft, he was a narrative director of another Game Development Studio based in Montreal, Illogical, who, in turn, announced to the public of the game he was working on a solo horror game. Would run in a universe Quiet Place. Although Levitt has not confirmed if it was part of the team working on the game (its LinkedIn page only indicates that it was on unseeded projects), he informed his studio s job subscribers.
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A big thank you to the great Illogical team and their recent announcement at Quiet Place, he wrote. It is a really bold game with a fantastic approach.
Earlier this year, the developers of Assassin s Creed confirmed to the players community that the next large series project they had in mind would be a large-scale assassin s Creed online game that will evolve over time as a time. Live service. The Cross-Studio project code name is Assassin s Creed Infinity.
What to continue to pass the game relay at stake, we think deeply that it is an opportunity for one of Ubisoft s most appreciated franchises to evolve more integrated,, said Ubisoft regarding the next Assassin s Creed project.
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