Published On: Wed, Aug 9th, 2017

Former EA DICE Veteran Patrick Bach Hired by Ubisoft To Lead New Stockholm Studio

Patrick Bach, a former General Manager of EA DICE Stockholm, has been hired by Ubisoft to lead a publisher’s new Stockholm-based studio.

Ubisoft announced a news on a central blog. “Always on a surveillance for high intensity markets, Ubisoft has identified Sweden, privately Stockholm, as a subsequent city to follow suit”, Ubisoft’s post reads. “With Patrick Bach, former studio manager of EA DICE in Stockholm, during a helm, Ubisoft Stockholm will work closely with a group during Massive in Malmö on AAA projects.”

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Alongside a announcement, Ubisoft expelled a video, that can be watched below:

Bach assimilated DICE behind in 2002 as lead engineer on RalliSport Challenge 2. He after acted as writer on Battlefield: Bad Company and Battlefield: Bad Company 2. From 2010 until 2014, Bach served as executive writer on Battlefield 3 4. He was after allocated General Manager of DICE Stockholm, and oversaw a teams building Star Wars Battlefront, Mirror´s Edge Catalyst and Battlefield 1.

Ubisoft Stockholm’s creatively allocated General Manager voiced a fad about operative with Ubisoft. “When articulate to Ubisoft about values and goals we beheld that we common a lot of thinking, generally when it came to a artistic and unsentimental routine of creation games”, he said. “I feel like we will be means to use my intensity in a new and opposite approach in a Ubisoft family. I’m also looking brazen to operative with new universe category colleagues around a world.”

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Ubisoft now has some-more than 30 in-house studios opposite a globe, and a new Stockholm-based studio is now recruiting for all forms of talent.

A good locate for Ubisoft, that mislaid former handling executive Jade Raymond to EA behind in 2014.  Raymond is now heading EA’s Motive Studios and Visceral Games as Group General Manager.

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