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Far Cry Producer of 10 Years, Dan Hay, Leaves Ubisoft

Far Cry Producer of 10 Years, Dan Hay, Leaves Ubisoft

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Dan Hay, who has spent the final ten years of his profession working as an government producer on the Far Cry collection, has stop Ubisoft. This information was shared by Video Video games Chronicle and a number of other different high-profile retailers following experiences that the subsequent Far Cry is taking an “online-oriented” method (learn: stay service). Hay had reportedly been engaged on this alteration in route.

As quickly because the information of Hay’s departure made rounds, Ubisoft formally confirmed the event in an announcement, which reads:

After greater than 10 years at Ubisoft, Dan Hay has introduced that he can be pursuing a brand new chapter in his skilled life and he can be leaving on November 12. Dan has been the Government Director of Far Cry and has developed an unbelievable multi-disciplined group to provide what has turn into some of the standard video games in Ubisoft’s historical past. Whereas Dan has not introduced the place his path is taking him, we’re assured that it’s going to provide him the brand new challenges and experiences he seeks and deserves. We thank Dan for his many contributions through the years and need him all the most effective for the long run. Within the interim, the model group can be led by Sandra Warren in Montreal in addition to a extremely succesful group of producers and administrators, along with persevering with its collaborations with quite a lot of different studios around the globe.

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