Report: Departures at Ubisoft named “the great exodus” by staff

Originally published on by Jeffrey Rousseau

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During the 18 months after allegations of abuse within Ubisoft, the publisher has seen what employees call “the great exodus” as developers exit the company.

A new report from Axios states that five of top-credited people from Far Cry 6 have exited from the company and 12 who worked on last year’s Assassin’s Creed Valhalla did the same.

The company’s Montreal and Toronto locations each saw a loss of 60 staffers within the past six months.

Speaking with a dozen current and former developers, the reasons given for the departures included low pay, more career opportunities elsewhere, frustration at the company’s

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