Watch Dogs’ Creative Director Joins NetEase

NetEase recently announced it had hired Jonathan Morin, at its Montréal studio to be the creative director of new IP. Previously, he had served as the creative director of the first two Watch Dogs games at Ubisoft.

“I am excited to announce my new adventure as Creative Director at NetEase Games Montréal,” Morin said. “I am privileged to join a passionate and talented new team to create our own IP. This is the beginning of something special for me and I cannot wait to say more”.

NetEase Montréal was created in 2019 as part of the company’s push into the console gaming scene. So far, the studio’s biggest game is Naraka: Bladepoint.

Morin is just the latest big name to join the Canadian studio. Another industry vet that works for NetEase Montréal is Emilie Liang, the producer of Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry.

(All information was provided by Pocket and Video Games Chronicle)

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