Ubisoft has fired Ashraf Ismail, the previous director of the approaching Murderer’s Creed: Valhalla. The document comes from Bloomberg.
That is the results of an investigation Ubisoft led into allegations from a fan that Ismail lied about his marital standing to advance a courting together with her. In June, Ismail stepped down from his function as director however remained with Ubisoft.
Now he’s long past from corporate.
Ubisoft has been cleansing space after it was once hit with a wave of abuse and sexual misconduct allegations right through a surge of MeToo activism this summer time. This incorporated the resignations of leader ingenious officer Serge Hascoët and Yannis Mallat, the managing director of Ubisoft’s Canadian studios. Ubisoft’s vice chairman of editorial and artistic products and services, Tommy François, could also be long past from the writer.
Valhalla is freeing on November 20. Ismail was once additionally director for 2017’s Murderer’s Creed: Origins, a identify that rebooted the franchise with a brand new emphasis on role-playing sport mechanics, and 2013’s pirate-based Murderer’s Creed: Black Flag. He was once at Ubisoft for 11 years. We have no idea who has changed him on Valhalla.