Assassin’s Creed Creator: Games Need To Talk About Something Else

Assassin’s Creed Creator: Games Need To Talk About Something Else

Patrice Desilets, the man who created Assassin’s Creed, has said that the industry needs to grow up and start talking about something else.

Desilets, who was steep in work on his new IP 1666 when he said that he was terminated by Ubisoft under harsh circumstances, added that since his been attending E3, all he’s seen are things being blown up.

“I believe we need a revolution in subject matter. It has been four E3s that I’ve gone to, and it’s always the same thing. I get it: we all like space marines and shooters, but come on, we need to talk about something else,” Patrice said in an article on

Adding: “We’re still talking about these things because the medium is really in its infancy. It’s so much easier in terms of production and coding to just blow stuff up than to create an interaction about human beings. It’s so much more subtle than killing. Eventually we’ll get there, and it’s really a shame that I cannot finish 1666, because it was about all of that.”

Hopefully Mr. Desilets gets to make his game, hence some new, industry-changing experiences in the upcoming generation of gaming.

Thanks, GamingBolt.

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    You should make a girl to be a assassin, the dude lives a daughter and she assassin, i mean it would better girls or more flexible with legs

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