Rob Leane Aug 1, 2019
Based on the experiences of his father, Patrice Désilets
would like to tell the story of the disastrous 2010 Haiti earthquake...
Patrice Désilets, who created Assassin's Creed
with Jade Raymond
and Corey May
, has been talking about his upcoming projects in an interview with GamesIndustry.biz. Perhaps most surprisingly, he wants to tell the story of the catastrophic 2010 Haiti earthquake in video game form.
Désilets founded his own company, Panache Digital Games, back in 2014. Through Panache
, Désilets is due to launch a third-person survival title called Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey later this year. This interview reveals that his future plans don't stop there.
"Panache has another IP called 1666 Amsterdam, which we will eventually make," Désilets said. Ancestors and 1666 Amsterdam only represent the tip of Panache's creative iceberg, though. "I have my own personal portfolio of ideas and they're not all set in the past."
Désilets continued: "Eventually,