Assassin’s Creed writer, Draby McDevitt, announced on twitter that he is leaving Ubisoft. He leavesafter working for the company for over a decade. McDevitt has worked on numerous Assassin’s Creed titles including Black Flagand Valhalla. He started in Ubisoft working on Assassin’s Creed 2 spin-offs Discovery and Bloodlines. He became the lead writer for Revelations, and Black Flag and was the narrative director for Valhalla. McDevitt did not announce where he will go to work next.
Valhalla’s updates have been controversial among fans. Ubisoft released a patch recently for Valhalla that fixes the crashes relating to the Ostara Festival. In Valhalla’s season two, players experienced crashes in and around the area of Ravensthorpe thanks to the Ostara update. Ubisoft, the following day, released a hotfix that addresses the problems.
Ubisoft had that they will provide support for the game for the rest of the year. They have also said they are going to release two expansions this year. The first expansion is called the Wrath of the Druids which will be coming out on April 29. The second expansion is called the Siege of Paris which will be released in the summer. The Siege of Paris will go over the Vikings Invasion of Paris in 845 AD.
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What do you about Draby McDevitt leaving Ubbisoft? Will they be the same without him?