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Dragon Age creator Mike Laidlaw announces departure from Ubisoft Quebec

Mike Laidlaw, perhaps best known for his work as creative director on BioWare’s Dragon Age series, has announced his departure from Ubisoft, a little over year after joining the company.

Prior to making the move to Ubisoft in 2017 – specifically to Assassin’s Creed Odyssey studio Ubisoft Quebec – Laidlaw had spent 15 years at BioWare, working on some of its most beloved games. Laidlaw helped shape the Dragon Age series for nearly a decade – as lead designer on Dragon Age 1 and as creative director on later instalments in the franchise – and served as lead writer on BioWare’s Jade Empire before that.

All we know about Laidlaw’s time at Ubisoft Quebec is that he was serving as creative director on a new (unspecified) project, one that he described as being “exciting enough to make me move half way across the continent.”

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