Russell Lees, veteran screenwriter on Assassin’s Creed, passes away

Russell Lees, veteran screenwriter on Assassin’s Creed, passes away

Many times we are forced to get news where the central topic is not pleasant at all, and unfortunately this is one of those. Today we inform you of horrible news: Assassin’s Creed veteran screenwriter Russell Lees passes away, and that he participated in various Ubisoft works outside of the Assassins franchise.

The news has been published by the hand of Darby mcdevitt, narrative director of Assassin’s Creed, who in a tweet says goodbye to his partner with whom he coincided in the star franchise of Ubisoft. But Lees not only worked on Assassin’s Creed, but his work extends to other franchises of the French company such as Far Cry and Watch Dogs. After Darby’s farewell, several fellow screenwriters have said goodbye to him, not without first showing how incredibly kind he was and his talent for writing scripts..

Russell Lees, veteran screenwriter on Assassin’s Creed, passes away

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Thanks to Lees (among many other writers) we were able to wrap ourselves in the hood of several of our protagonists of Assassin’s Creed, and Without his contribution to the various stories he shaped, the adventures of Eivor, Connor, Bayek, and several others would not be the same.. We can only enjoy them as many times as we want, and never forget their work. Requiescat in pace, Russell Lees.

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