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Splinter Cell: Blacklist game director now at Warner Bros. Montreal

Patrick Redding has left Ubisoft for Warner Bros. Montreal, where he's working on an unannounced project.


As spotted by Superannuation, Redding has updated his LinkedIn profile to reflect his job change, which happened sometime this month.

Redding's new role is as creative director on an unannounced project. Warner Bros. Montreal most recently produced Batman: Arkham Origins, and there's been no hint as to what it's got on its plate now.

An Ubisoft staffer since 2004, Redding rose through the ranks to narrative game designer on the lauded Far Cry 2, general game director on Splinter Cell: Conviction's co-op, and game director on Splinter Cell: Blacklist.

Prior to leaving Ubisoft, he served as creative director at Ubisoft Toronto - again on an unannounced title. Ubisoft Toronto has five games in the works, apparently, so we may learn about this project at a later date.

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