“Far Cry” executive producer Dan Hay (Dan Hay) announced his departure after working at Ubisoft for more than 10 years.
This news comes from Chronicles of Video GamesAccording to reports, Hay will officially leave the company behind Far Cry, Assassin’s Creed and Tom Clancy’s blockade tomorrow.Ubisoft tells VGC However, Hay has not revealed his next plan.
“After working at Ubisoft for more than 10 years, Dan Hay announced that he will start a new chapter in his career. He will leave on November 12,” Ubisoft said. “Dan has always been the executive director of Far Cry and has cultivated an incredible multidisciplinary team to make one of the most popular games in Ubisoft’s history.
Although Dan has not announced where his path will go, we believe this will provide him with the new challenges and experience he seeks and deserves. We thank Dan for his many contributions over the years and wish him all the best in the future. “
Ubisoft stated that at present, the “Far Cry” team will be led by Montreal’s Sandra Warren along with other producers and directors.As pointed out VGC, Hay is closest to the Far Cry series in Far Cry 5, where he serves as the creative director. However, he is the producer of “Far Cry 3, 4”, “Blood Dragon”, “Primitive” and “New Dawn”. He will leave tomorrow as the executive producer of the Far Cry series.
It’s worth noting that Ubisoft is reportedly currently undergoing internal changes as a report showed that the studio was abused and responded “unsatisfied” with the way the leadership handled the #MeToo movement in the gaming industry in the summer of 2020. . There is no indication that Hay’s resignation is related to this. Ubisoft’s internal report did not list Hay as a problematic executive within the company.
For more information on Far Cry, check out our thoughts on the latest entry Game informantThe Far Cry 6 comments. You can also revisit the part Hay directed in our Far Cry 5 review.
[Source: Video Games Chronicle]
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