Assassin’s Creed art director Raphael Lacoste has left Ubisoft after more than ten years at the company.
In a tweet, Lacoste called Ubisoft "a nice home for 16 years," and noted that he is now ready to "do another leap of faith."
Little is known about the reason and Lacoste just said he was simply prepared for a new challenge. The artist had worked as the series’ art director since 2012. He acted as main art director on different AC games including the 2007 original, Revelations, Black Flag, Origins, and Valhalla.
Previously, Valhalla narrative director Darby McDevitt and game director Eric Baptizat also left the company. . They had worked on “Assassin’s Creed” for a decade or more. In case you missed the news, the next game in the Assassin's Creed series will be called Assassin's Creed: Infinity. The project will be an evolving online service with regular updates. Learn more here.
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