Assassin’s Creed co-creator Jade Raymond starts new studio with PlayStation
Jade Raymond was among numerous designers who discovered themselves unemployed last month when Google quickly closed down its internal Stadia video game advancement studios after a buzzy launch simply 2 years previously. Now, the previous Ubisoft executive who contributed in the development of the Assassin’s Creed and Watch Pets franchises is beginning a brand-new studio of her own, with Sony and PlayStation backing her up.
Raymond has actually called her brand-new independent store Sanctuary Studios. The Montreal-based studio has actually no other revealed workers, however in her statement post on the PlayStation Blog site, Raymond composes that “many of the talented game developers I have worked with for years (and love dearly!) are coming together to do what we are most passionate about,” which ideally indicates Sanctuary will be a landing pad for Stadia skill neglected in the cold following the abrupt closure of Stadia Games and Home Entertainment.
As this is simply a studio statement, there aren’t any video games to mention yet, and there most likely won’t be for rather a long time. However considered that Raymond has actually invested the last couple of years on disappointed efforts to launch a video game, it’s not difficult to picture that Sanctuary Studios will be really excited to provide one as quickly as possible.
Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.