Eric Baptizat, recreation director on Murderer’s Creed Valhalla and plenty of different Ubisoft initiatives, is the present recreation director for EA Motive’s lately introduced Useless House remake. Baptizat left Ubisoft after 16 years in 2020 and joined EA to work on an unannounced title. He’s since confirmed by way of his LinkedIn web page that he’s helming the brand new Useless House title, as reported by VideoGamesChronicle.
Whereas Murderer’s Creed Valhalla was Baptizat’s first gig as recreation director, he served as lead recreation designer on a number of different video games, specifically Murderer’s Creed Origins, Murderer’s Creed Unity, and Murderer’s Creed Black Flag.
The Useless House remake is each a remaster and religious successor to the unique recreation. The sport will nonetheless happen on the USG Ishimura, the mining starship from the unique, however can have “an improved story, characters, gameplay mechanics, and extra.” The remake was rumored to be in improvement for months previous to its announcement at EA Play 2021.
EA Motive has but to supply a launch window for the Useless House remake, however mentioned the sport will ultimately come to PlayStation 5, Home windows PC, and Xbox Collection X.