After firing Dsilets, Ubisoft paused development on 1666 as well as in June 2013 Dsilets sued the studio partially for the rights to the game. Today, Ubisoft gave Dsilets the rights to 1666 Amsterdam as well as he withdrew his case.
"Putting in reserve our past differences, Patrice as well as we are above all meddlesome in the origination of video games as well as the evolution of this medium of entertainment," Ubisoft Montreal as well as Toronto CEO Yannis Mallat said. "This agreement is good news for everyone."
"This is what matters many to me today: making the most appropriate games as well as showing the world the creative talent of Quebecers," Dsilets said. "I also wish every success to the Ubisoft teams."April 25, 2016
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