Assassin's Creed

Darby McDevittm, the writer of the Assassin’s Creed series, is leaving Ubisoft, as he just announced in a Twitter post.  As reported, yesterday, it was his last day of work at the famous French development house, and he said he was eager to take on new adventures.

The historical writer of the saga, has worked for about 10 years on the famous Assassin’s Creed series, but after a lot of work, he has precisely expressed his desire to want to leave Ubisoft and be ready to work in other environments other than that of gaming. In fact, he said in the tweet that we leave you at the bottom of the article.

McDevitt has, among other things, a very respectable curriculum, with the management of the writing of the stories of many Assassin’s Creed on his shoulders. In fact, he is the lead author of the story of Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, Assassin’s Creed Revelation as well as the Assassin’s Creed short, Embers.

He also worked on Assassin’s Creed II: Discovery, the spin-off of the game for the Nintendo DS way back in 2009, and on Assassin’s Creed Bloodlines for the PSP, while more recently he collaborated on the all- new Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.

In addition to the Ubisoft series, McDevitt has also worked on titles from other franchises such as The Sims 2 and licensed games inspired by the world of the Chronicles of Narnia and even the Lord of the Rings, thus demonstrating a remarkable flexibility as a writer, ready to work in contexts with very varied narratives and all different from each other.

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