According to reports, Ubisoft suffered from employee “exodus” due to abuse allegations and creative dissatisfaction

a new one Aksios The report stated that Ubisoft is in the midst of a “mass exodus” of talent because developers are leaving the studio at a rate that some remaining employees have reportedly said they have never seen before. According to reports, in “Far Cry 6” launched less than three months ago, at least 5 of the top 25 left Ubisoft. Of the top 50 developers of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla last year, 12 also disappeared.

It’s not clear how far these numbers are from normal-experienced developers from major studio projects sometimes decide that they want to try new things-but lower-level employees are also helping: Data from the business-oriented social network LinkedIn shows that 60 employees of Ubisoft’s Toronto and Montreal studios have left the company for at least the past six months. Two employees who are still working at Ubisoft told Axios that the loss of employees is enough to slow or completely stop some current projects. An external developer said that a colleague of Ubisoft has contacted them for help in the game because no one left at work. Who can take care of it.