Jade Raymond, best known for helping produce Assassin's Creed and a number of other major Ubisoft games like Splinter Cell and Watch Dogs, has left the publisher after ten years, Ubisoft announced today.
The existence of a brand new entry in Ubisoft and Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell series is no surprise—Ubisoft Toronto managing director Jade Raymond has already confirmed she's leading the development team. What's new are apparently leaked details on the forthcoming sixth Splinter Cell.
Ubisoft Toronto, the new big-game studio overseen by former Assassin's Creed producer Jade Raymond, is making the next Splinter Cell. Development will involve tech and talents from Splinter Cell Conviction studio Ubi Montreal. No title, details or release date. [Gamasutra]
The recently announced Ubisoft Toronto studio has a new boss, Assassin's Creed producer Jade Raymond, Ubisoft announced today. She'll be overseeing the new studio, focusing on "AAA games and new intellectual properties."
After three years of relentless pursuit, the government of Ontario has pledged $260 million in order to help Ubisoft create a new studio in Toronto, creating more than 800 new jobs in the process.