While the dust is only just flying into the air, and hopefully won't be settling any time soon on the Assassin's Creed situation, the creator of the game has formed his own game studio based in Montreal.
Patrice Desilets took to Twitter to announce Panache Studio, his new Montreal-based studio, showing off a new website featuring moose-related motifs. There's absolutely no other information available, but Desilets is honored with creating one of Ubisoft's most successful franchises, being fired from the company last year. It seems it was for the best, as now Ubisoft is finding itself in quite a pickle right now with Assassin's Creed: Unity, which even on high-end builds like what we rock here at TweakTown, runs like utter crap.
But the weird thing is, it's not just the PC version - it's the static hardware in the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 that are also seeing poor performance.
Last updated: Dec 6, 2019 at 02:46 pm CST
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