Early Footage From Assassin’s Creed Creator’s 1666: Amsterdam

Early Footage From Assassin’s Creed Creator’s 1666: Amsterdam
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In 2010 Assassin’s Creed creator Patrice Désilets left Ubisoft to form his own studio within THQ to work on a game called 1666: Amsterdam. Here’s our first look at how that game was shaping up before being sold back to Ubisoft and left in limbo for three years.

According to the description of the YouTube video below (via Reddit), the footage comes from a build from several years ago, aimed at the previous console generation. The theme of the game, set in the glory days of Amsterdam, was “be worse than the devil,” with the player taking control of various animals associated with black magic, such as crows and black cats.

The footage seems to have come from the recent Reboot Develop Conference, where Désilets was a speaker, Watch it below.

Ubisoft acquired the 1666 property from earlier this month.

Désilets is currently hard at work on his next game, Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey with his own Panache Digital Games.