After unmasking the leaker of Assassin’s Creed, Ubisoft announces that it will act accordingly

The companies invite the press and some content creators to presentations of future video games. Before Ubisoft Forward, the French company shared the news about Assassin’s Creed with the media and with certain youtubers, but the information was leaked ahead of time. Details about Assassin’s Creed Mirage, Assassin’s Creed Codemane RED and Assassin’s Creed Codename Hexe appeared on the net from The Real Insidera youtuber who has already been unmasked. Now, Ubisoft has dropped actions against him.

“We provide access and information about our games on a regular basis to trusted partners, under NDA,” said a Ubisoft representative. “When that trust is compromised or information is leaked by an individual, it’s not only damaging and demoralizing to our teams, it also robs our players of emotion and experience. Although we do not discuss individual cases, we take these matters very seriously and will handle them accordingly.”

The identity of The Real Insider is that of youtuber Dan Allen. Since a time ago, has been posting information about various projectsbut not because he had privileged data that he had discovered on his own: as a content creator, he was invited to events under embargo and with a confidentiality agreement.

Confusion of accounts, discovered identity

You have to be very careful when managing multiple social media accounts, especially when you want to keep your identity secret from being found out. Allen made the slip of responding to a follower with the wrong account, which has led the journalist Jason Schreier to suspect and pull the thread. He hasn’t had to pull much for the mask to fray and reveal the true identity of The Real Insider.

Dan Allen has apologized on Twitter before deleting your personal account.

Assassin’s Creed Mirage is ethe next title of the saga, to which they will follow the open world RPG set in feudal japan (Codename RED) and a different title that will deal with the burning of witches in the Middle Ages (Codename Hexe).

Source | Stephen Totilo (Twitter) Forbes

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