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Veteran Assassins Creed Dev Joins Jade Raymond’s Haven Studios

Long time Assassin’s Creed Franchise art director Raphael Lacoste recently announced he left Ubisoft after 16 years of service. A day later, he announced that he had joined forces with his former colleague Jade Raymond at Haven Studios.

The newly formed Haven Studios is hard at work on a brand new proprietary IP for PlayStation. Raymond has been busy assembling a strong team for the project. Previously, she invited six industry veterans who had worked with her at Google Stadia. Lacoste brings with it a wealth of experience working on Assassin’s Creed franchise for over a decade.

“I am pleased to announce that I have joined Haven Studios Inc as Art Director!” Lacoste tweeted. “One of the best experiences of my career was creating AC1. Getting more hands-on with concept art and working with multiple people on the same core team to build a new original IP is inspiring and exciting. “

Raymond also expressed his excitement to be working with Lacoste again.

“Nice to have Raphael Lacoste joining me and Corey May and the rest of the original crew at Haven Studios,” she added.

Sony has yet to talk about the mysterious Haven Studios project beyond its initial announcement. However, if the recruitment ad is anything, the AAA title will have online multiplayer and live service elements.

We will update our readers as we know more about the project. Stay tuned for more information.

https://www.playstationlifestyle.net/2021/07/23/assassins-creed-dev-joins-haven/ | Veteran Assassins Creed Dev Joins Jade Raymond’s Haven Studios

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