The Division co-developer heads to Guildford to meet Lionhead staff

Ubisoft is the latest publisher to head to Guildford to offer work to Lionhead staff.

Reflections, which most recently worked on The Division, will visit the White House Pub on Thursday, March 17th from 3pm.

Xbox-owned Lionhead faces closure following the cancellation of Fable Legends.

Reflections staff says they will be talking to Lionhead employees about the prospects of working in Newcastle and on some of Ubisoft’s biggest titles.

It’s the latest company to head to Guildford to try and attract disappointed Lionhead employees. PlayStation visited the town yesterday on a recruitment drive.

Craig Pearn, talent acquisition manager at Reflections, said: We’re here to support Lionhead Studios and their array of talented staff at what is a difficult time. Reflections is an ambitious studio with opportunities in different areas and across a variety of titles, and we welcome new talent that is keen to work on Ubisoft’s top IPs, such as The Division and Grow Home.”

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