Dark Alliance developer hires former Ubisoft developer as new CEO


Dungeons and Dragons: Dark Alliance developer Tuque Games has hired an industry veteran to act as the studio’s vice president and general manager.

The team of Tuque Games, the developer of the next Dungeons and Dragons: Dark Alliance, hired veteran developer Dominic Guay to act as vice president and general manager. Guay will be in charge of driving the growth of the company following the exit of Dungeons and Dragons: Dark Alliance.

Dominic Guay is best known for his work at Ubisoft, where he started as a developer on the likes of Splinter Cell: chaos theory and Far cry 2. Guay then directed the production of the two Watch dogs and Watch dogs 2.

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In his official statement regarding his hiring, Guay expressed his enthusiasm for joining Tuque Games and Wizards of the Coast. He praises Wizards of the Coast for its ability to create remarkable worlds as well as its willingness to give Tuque Games the creative freedom necessary for success. Guay goes on to say that he is convinced that Tuque Games has the potential to create excellent AAA versions that break new ground. However, with how much Dungeons and Dragons: Dark Alliance is to be released, we do not know what influence his hiring will have on the title.

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Guay’s statement also provides insight into his goals for his time at the Tuque Games. He declares his intention to foster a positive and welcoming work culture. Guay hopes the culture will help developers take ownership of their work and feel free to explore fantastic worlds to help them create great new experiences.

His statements follow a renewed awareness within the developer processing industry, particularly around mandatory crisis times. The new awareness has led many gamers to draw attention to both high crisis cases and games, such as Psychonauts 2, which do not use a crunch to finish on time.

Guay’s experience in the industry will no doubt help Tuque Studios, and his hiring will likely have a big impact on the future of Dungeons and Dragons video games. Guay’s experience in the production of Watch dogs the series could very well result in the contribution of some Dungeons and Dragons“Bigger cities like Waterdeep come to life.

On the other hand, Guay’s experience in the development Far cry 2 might also lend itself well to an open-world title that sees players travel to multiple settlements in a region like Neverwinter or Ravenloft. Only time will tell what lies in the future for Dungeons and Dragons titles, but at least fans don’t have much more to wait to get their hands on Dungeons and Dragons: Dark Alliance.

Dungeons and Dragons: Dark Alliance releases June 22 for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X / S.

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Source: Wizards of the coast

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