According to the latest report from foreign media VGC, the former creative director of “Cell Division” “Maxime Beland” rejoined Ubisoft after working with Epic Games, developer of “Fortress Night” less than a year. And became a member of the editing team after Ubisoft’s reorganization. At present, the team has expanded and reorganized, most of the reason is to make the game lineup more diversified.
Maxime Beland had worked at Ubisoft for more than 20 years before leaving in 2019, and has worked with Ubisoft’s major game brands. Prior to becoming director of game design for the first Assassin’s Creed, he was the chief designer and creative director of Rainbow Six: Las Vegas in 2006.
Maxime Beland has also served as the creative director of the two games of Cell Division: Cell Division 5: Offences in 2010 and Cell Division 6: Blacklists in 2012, which he shared with others. The first game created by Ubisoft Toronto Studios.
Maxime Beland is also the creative director of Far Cry 4, Far Cry 5 and Far Cry: Primal Killing produced by Ubisoft Toronto, while Maxime Beland’s new role in Ubisoft is Ubisoft’s influence The new vice president of the editorial team helps guide various games within the company.
Ubisoft’s 2019 sales performance was disappointing, and it began to restructure, which has also led to a jump in tickets for a number of Ubisoft games, including the much-anticipated “Watchdog: Legion.”
Previously VGC reported that Ubisoft began to reorganize the editorial team: