One of Ubisoft’s most popular games is undoubtedly the Assassin’s Creed series. Darby McDevitt, a big name in the Assassin’s Creed franchise, has left Ubisoft. He has worked in many Assassin’s Creed games to date. McDevitt was the lead writer on some Assassin’s Creed plays.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’s narrative director Darby McDevitt leaves Ubisoft
McDevitt Valhalla was the lead writer on Assassin’s Creed, as well as Black Flag and Revelations. It’s been 10 years since all these projects. McDevitt announced his departure from Ubisoft on his official Twitter account. McDevitt is known for his extensive work in the Assassin’s Creed (AC) series. He worked as a screenwriter on mobile AC games such as Discovery and Bloodlines. McDevitt was also a lead writer on the cancelled 3DS game Assassin’s Creed: Lost Legacy.
He worked as lead writer on AC: Revelations and AC 4: Black Flag and as a co-writer on AC: Unity. His last project in the AC series was AC: Valhalla. McDevitt served as narrative director at Valhalla. McDevitt, who gained attention with his departure from Ubisoft, worked at AC: Black Flag and AC: Valhalla in two of the most successful games in the AC series.
McDevitt also released a statement about the departure process. “A special thank you to all the fans and content creators who have supported and expanded our work over the years. You have the deepest respect and admiration. It’s been an honor getting to know some of you,” he said.
There is no clear information yet about the future of the Assassin’s Creed series. Valhalla’s story is still unfinished. Two DLC packs are expected to be released to complete the story. Finally, Netflix and Ubisoft announced that a new Assassin’s Creed annulment will come from the producers of the Castlevania animated series.