Recently, Gene Gosdon, the director of Assassin’s Creed Origins, announced his departure from Ubisoft.
Jane Gosdon, is one of the experienced members of Ubisoft, who confirmed his departure from this French company after almost two decades of activity in the Montreal branch. Gosdon has worked on various projects in the Assassin’s Creed series, such as Black Flag and Origins, as creative director. In the past few years, Ubisoft has faced the departure of several of its experienced creators, and Gosdon is the latest among them.
The creative director of Assassin’s Creed Origins confirmed the news of his departure from Ubisoft on LinkedIn, where he thanked Ubisoft Montreal for his time with its members. According to information previously published on Gosdon’s LinkedIn account, since the completion of Assassin’s Creed Origins development, he has been working on an unannounced project at Ubisoft for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X. It was Xbox Series S. According to Kotaku, the project is a cooperative game with similarities to Minecraft, and other members of Ubisoft are likely working on it.
According to the news published so far from Ubisoft, this French developer and publisher has started 2023 with difficulty. Because this company canceled its three unannounced projects and postponed the release date of Skull and Bones game for the umpteenth time. Further, Ubisoft announced in its financial report that it abandoned the Q project, which was a cooperative shooting game. Also, in the last days of last January, about 40 Ubisoft employees went on strike and demanded from the managers of this company to improve working conditions.
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