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Has the Assassin's Creed creator studio reached an Xbox deal?

Has the Assassin's Creed creator studio reached an Xbox deal?

Panache and Microsoft are rumored to be collaborating, so maybe Patrice Désilets' next game (whatever it may be) won't disappear like 1666 Amsterdam…

Xbox has reportedly collaborated with several studios behind the scenes. One of them is Hundred Stars. The name itself doesn't say anything, but if you add that it's the studio of former Rocksteady bosses, it actually sounds even prettier. The other team is Panache Digital Games which was founded in 2014 and has not had many projects since then. The Montreal-based studio was founded by Patrice Desilets, the creator of Assassin's Creed.

According to information that appeared on the eXputer forum, the game will be implemented with the help of Unreal Engine 5. Perhaps thanks to the Xbox deal, the events of 1666 Amsterdam may occur. The Désilets passion project, which has been hinted at for a long time, has previously been talked about in more detail, but it is not certain that this game is the one that Panache presented to Microsoft in Reboot Develop. The goal of Studio Désilets is clear: they are looking for a publishing house for themselves.

So far, only one game has been released by Panache Digital Games. In 2019, the first-person shooter game, Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey, was released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Joanna Brinker wrote about the studio's next, as yet unknown, game on Twitter: I've already seen some images of the project, which might be released in 2026 or 2027, but that could change.

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Based on the tweet, Reboot Develop was still near the end of April, so it's been almost two months since then, so it's a bit strange that rumors about Panache Digital Games have only just come to light. Two of the three replies to the tweet think this might be 1666 Amsterdam, but it's always best to be skeptical, so don't hold back if it turns out that Désilets is actually working on something else.

Of course, this is not official yet.

source: eXputer

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