Former Murderer’s Creed inventive director Ashraf Ismail has returned to the video games trade with a brand new position at Tencent, two years after being fired by Ubisoft.
Ismail was let go from Ubisoft in August 2020, two months after stepping down from his position as inventive director on Murderer’s Creed Valhalla.
A number of girls, together with some Ismail had met as Murderer’s Creed followers, alleged Ismail had contacted them privately and inspired relationships whereas concealing the very fact he was married.
The allegations got here as Ubisoft confronted a wave of sexual misconduct and assault allegations, which led to the departures of a string of high-profile figures.
As first reported by Axios, Ismail now serves as a consulting inventive director at Tencent’s TiMi Studios, in a Montreal workplace based final summer season. There, Ismail has now been joined by different Ubisoft colleagues.
At Ubisoft, Ismail served as inventive director for Murderer’s Creed 4: Black Flag, Murderer’s Creed Origins and the collection’ most up-to-date entry Murderer’s Creed Valhalla.
In an announcement to Axios, TiMi Studios commented: “Throughout our work with Ash, he has carried himself in knowledgeable method and has persistently proven an eagerness to be taught and develop as each a group member and individual.
“We attempt to supply a secure, respectful working surroundings for all and can proceed to take action as our group grows and expands.”