Rogue Factor recruits Deus Ex art director as creative director on unannounced project

Rogue Factor enters 2.0.

Rogue Factor

Rogue Factor, the Montreal-based studio behind Mordheim: City of the Damned and the upcoming Necromunda: Underhive Wars, has recruited Eidos Montreal art director Jonathan Jacques-Belletete as creative director on an unannounced project.

Jacques-Belletete oversaw the visual development of titles such as Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided.

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Yves Bordeleau, Rogue Factor General Manager

“Having known JJB for many years as a friend as well as an industry peer, it is genuinely exciting to have him on-board as we enter a new phase in the studio’s life, one which we are affectionately calling Rogue Factor 2.0.”

Jonathan Jacques-Belletete, Rogue Factor Creative Director

“This year marks my 20th anniversary in the video game industry, and my passion and enthusiasm for creating compelling interactive entertainment experiences has only grown. The new position at Rogue Factor is one that I am thrilled to take on, and the wealth of talent that’s so evident amongst the studio team has me excited at the creative possibilities ahead at Rogue Factor. Whilst I will not be taking an active role in the development of Necromunda: Underhive Wars, I will be focusing on future projects for the studio.”

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