Jade Raymond’s Ubisoft Studio Is Working On Five Unannouced Games
Jade Raymond literally one of the best game designers at Ubisoft currently, and probably one of the main reasons why the Splinter Cell title released last year was actually really good. Few will forget how she helped craft the Assassin’s Creed franchise as well, and now we know that her Ubsoft studio in Toronto is working on a lot of games.
In fact, they’re working on no less than five unannounced titles over at Ubisoft Toronto, two of which are most probably the next Assassin’s Creed and Splinter Cell.
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Speaking at a panel at SXSW, Raymond explained that two of the main projects were being co-developed with other studios, while the other three are completely solo. Those main two probably include the next Assassin’s Creed and Splinter Cell entries, as they often require the collaboration between several Ubisoft branches.
It’s the other three that are a bit more interesting. Recently Ubisoft admitted that it had dropped the ball with Rainbow Six: Patriots, taking it back to the drawing board essentially. This could be underway over at Toronto, along with a new Far Cry entry as well.
Or, perhaps, there’s a brand new IP on the way. That would be the my guess for at least one of the five titles, mostly because I’m not too sold on the idea of five games that all end up being sequels in some way.
It probably won’t be long until we hear about a few of these projects, so stay tuned.