Assassin's Creed Valhalla creative director Ashraf
Ismail, who was fired by Ubisoft, is now working on a new
game at Tencent. Tencent) is working.
Ashraf Ismail, who was also involved in the process of making
the Assassin's Creed Origins game as a creative
director, was fired in August 2020 due to accusations such
as abuse of power and foreign relations. From the marriage by the
French publisher, he gave his maid to work in this company.
However, it looks like he won't be idle for long as Chinese gaming
giant Tencent has hired him as a creative director
While the Chinese company did not confirm exactly where Ismail will be working, a source said that he has been working with Tencent since opening its studio in Montreal in July 2021. According to reports, the studio was formed by a number of former Ubisoft Montreal developers, some of whom worked under Ismail in the past on Assassin's Creed games.
One of the spokespersons of TiMi Studio Group, a subsidiary studio of Tencent, said about this:
During our cooperation with Ashraf, he has shown a professional behavior and He has always had a great desire to learn and grow as a person and a team member. We strive to provide a safe and respectful work environment for everyone and we will continue to do so as our team grows and expands. The Call of Duty Mobile game is known to have been downloaded more than 650 million times since its release in November 2019 and is considered one of the most popular games on this platform. This studio also created the game Honor of Kings, inspired by League of Legends, which is always among the best-selling mobile games worldwide.
This studio also released Pokmon Unite in 2021 for Nintendo Switch and Mobile developed and announced its partnership with Xbox last May. It is interesting to know that according to the statistics published in 2020, this studio was able to earn 10 billion dollars, which at that time was unmatched by other studios.
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