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Another Ubisoft High Ranking Member Stepping Down After Misconduct Allegations - But Not Leaving Company

Ubisoft has had quite a November, hasn't it? Assassin's Creed: Valhalla released on November 10th, and is currently one of the largest PC launches for a Ubisoft title . Overall it's one of the biggest Assassin's Creed titles to have sold in the company's history . On November 13th, the Montreal studio was put into lock down after a police call about a potential hostage situation. The building is an office complex for multiple businesses. This turned out to be a hoax and police will investigate the situation further. And as of November 18th, Managing Director Hugues Ricour for Ubisoft Singapore is stepping down from his position after allegations of workplace misconduct . This was further explained in a Gamasutra article that Ricour will not be leaving the company. Rather, he's being moved to another Ubisoft location - position unknown. Ricour was accused of multiple incidents of sexual harassment a few months ago. This is the part we're going to cover to

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