The lights are on
It turns out you can go home again after all. Former Assassin's Creed creative director will return to Ubisoft via the company's acquisition of THQ Montreal.
At the time of the studio's sale, it was unknown if Désilets would indeed make the move back to Ubisoft, and today Polygon confirms as much.
Désilets left Ubisoft in 2010 to run THQ Montreal. The developer had not officially announced any games, but it was working on two projects before its demise – 1666 and Underdog. It's unknown if these will continue now that Ubisoft owns the studio.
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Now ubisoft will also ruin his new IP
hmm .. tos him back on ac series ? maybe it'll get better again
He needs to clean up the Assassin's Creed series
I wonder if he feels like Ubisoft is now like a certain island from a certain TV show...
He tried to get out but they pulled him back in!
lol still funny to me that he got forced back in.
Yes!!! We're saved! That is all... AC will be in great hands now, including these new projects that Desilets had been working on
I think this is good news.