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'Assassin's Creed 3' Director to Create More Thrilling, Action-Adventure with Typhoon Studio; Better than Upcoming 'Far Cry 5' [VIDEO]


Alex Hutchinson left Ubisoft after seven years joining the publisher. The "Assassin's Creed 3" and "Far Cry 4" director is currently building his own company called Typhoon Studio.

On Saturday, Hutchinson took Twitter to announce his depart and his venture with executive producer Reid Schneider. There is no detail to dig about Typhoon Studio but both co-founders backgrounds should be able to describe what kind of games they are capable of developing.

Hutchinson did not further explain how big the studio would be but he gave hints on what is on his mind. His stream of Twitter updates hints that a brand new game is coming. Based on Schneider portfolio, he was the mastermind behind "Batman: Arkham Knight" and "Origins", Develop-Online reported.

That should give clues on what both are up to. There could be an action-packed gameplay, more mysterious than "Assassin's Creed" or darker than Batman but whether or not it will be an award-winning like the two titles, that is yet to be confirmed.

Surprisingly, there is no sad words from the fans as most of them have voiced out optimistic comments for Hutchinson and could not wait for his creative efforts in the future. "Far Cry 4" has earned massive popularity with its open world gameplay set in the towering Himalayas.  The plot is intriguing, yet an enjoyable experience. It is encouraging to fans that the credits mean rooms for improvement for his next project - a more exciting franchise to play.

Meanwhile, Ubisoft reportedly confirmed that there will be no "Assassin's Creed" at E3 2017 and that is quite disappointing for the fans since the title has not been updated for too long. Moreover, the 2014's "Creed's Unity" received poor feedbacks from the community. Hence, it is an obvious move for Ubisoft not to launch any sequel soon but fans could put their hopes for a "Far Cry 5" launch, Trusted Reviews reported.

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