Assassin’s Creed lost the series' original creative director, Patrice Désilets, in June 2010, and it’s now lost his replacement, Alexandre Amancio, who took over after Assassins Creed: Brotherhood was complete.
Amancio has now signed up with the advertising agency Cossette, the marketing firm announced.
When contacted, Ubisoft declined to comment to me on Amancio’s departure.
For now, it’s unclear why Amancio left Ubisoft, but it’s not to join Désilets at THQ Montreal.
Assassin's Creed: Revelations was released just a few months ago, and like clockwork, another will arrive this year.