In March, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Narrative Director Dab McDevitt announced that he would leave Ubisoft and begin “New adventure.” Now, only nine months later, he is back.
This is real! When thinking about my career in the past year, I focused on the desire to explore new ideas and uncharted territory. To my delight, this is reflected in my return to Ubisoft to work in AC. I am very happy to continue my journey. stay tuned!November 12, 2021
“It’s true!” McDevitt wrote on Twitter. “When I was thinking about my career in the past year, I focused on the desire to explore new ideas and unknown areas. To my delight, this is reflected in my return to Ubisoft to work in AC. I am very happy to continue my career. Journey. Stay tuned!”
Naturally, he did not reveal where Assassin’s Creed might go next, but added: “I have never been so excited about where we are going and the stories I tell with the crew.”
Before leaving Ubisoft, McDevitt participated in the Assassin’s Creed series for more than ten years. The credit for his creation can be traced back to the 2009 spin-off of Assassin’s Creed: Discovery and Lineage, and runs through the main game Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag, Unity, and Origin. And Valhalla. After leaving Ubisoft, he became the narrative director of Montreal studio Illogika, which recently announced that it is making a single-player horror adventure set in the world of “Quiet Place”.
McDevitt did not confirm that he was developing the game-his LinkedIn page only said that he was on an “unannounced project”-but he made a “special shoutout” to the team and the project on Twitter, calling it “a A very bold game with a wonderful method.”
A special tribute to @illogika’s excellent team and their recent “Silent Place” announcement. This is a very bold game with a wonderful method. I can’t wait to play the finished version.November 12, 2021