Sunday, January 23

Russell Lees, veteran writer in sagas like Assassin’s Creed or Far Cry, has passed away

Russell Lees, veteran writer best known for his work at Ubisoft, has died. He has been the narrative director of the saga Assassin’s Creed, Darby McDevitt, who has shared the news of his death through a tweet in which other colleagues in the industry have lamented their loss. He was mostly known for his work on company sagas like his own. Assassin’s Creed, but also in Watch Dogs Y Far Cry.

“This week we have lost a dear friend and brilliant companion: Narrative writer and designer Russell Lees was part of the family of Assassin’s Creed Y Far Cry for more than a decade. All who worked with him will attest to his patience, generosity, passion, and brilliant spirit, “wrote McDevitt in his personal Twitter profile.

Navid Khavari, narrative director at Far Cry 6, wanted to share a few words in memory of Russell Lees: “It was a pleasure working briefly with him on Assassin’s Creed Unity. Although we were in two different cities, we had a great time working on the mysteries and he was always very kind, generous, and an incredibly sharp writer. I can not believe he is gone“, write on twitter.

An extensive resume inside and outside Ubisoft

As we can read in the Russell Lees Official Website, some of his latest works we have been able to enjoy very recently, such as the DLC Wrath of the Druids for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. He also wrote the additional content for games like Assassin’s Creed Origins, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Y Far Cry 5, and also worked on Watch Dogs 2, as explained from Eurogamer. Prior to Ubisoft Montreal, Lees was working at Pandemic Studios, where he wrote Warrior: Ten Hammers, and in 1995 he wrote and directed The Dark Eye, a graphic adventure of point and click of terror that adapts the work of Edgar Allen Poe.



Reference-vandal.elespanol.com

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