Assassin's Creed Art Director Leaves Ubisoft After 16 Years, Joins Jade Raymond's New Studio

  • The art director for Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed series is leaving the company after 16 years. Raphael Lacoste announced on Twitter that he's leaving Ubisoft to "set sails on a new adventure..." He subsequently announced that he's joining former Ubisoft teammate Jade Raymond at her new studio, Haven, which is working with PlayStation on a new IP.

    Lacoste thanked the Assassin's Creed community, the other creatives he's worked with over the years, and Ubisoft in general for helping achieve what he did at the company.

    "I would like to thank from the bottom of my heart our wonderful community and the incredible talents I've had the chance to collaborate with, over these amazing years," he said. "Thank you too, Ubisoft, for your trust and the fantastic projects we brought to life together! Bye for now, these years will remain unforgettable."Continue Reading at GameSpot