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Posted on Tuesday, June 28 @ 15:19:29 PST by

Have you ever been fought over? Like you know, when there are two teams for basketball and one of the team captains slugs the other one because he tried to pick you first. Or when two possible employers are locked in a bidding war over you; one of them keeps adding zeroes to the end of the salary and the other offers you all of that and a private bathroom.

THQ and Ubisoft employees are in the middle of that stiuation. Luckily for former Kaos Studios creative lead David Votypka, Ubisoft was waiting for a creative lead from THQ's New York studio. Apparently, Votypka will now be working for Ubisoft's Red Storm studio who are rumored to be developing a new Rainbox Six game.

Who knows when we'll see Votypka's next piece of work, but you can bet Ubisoft will have him working on a multiplayer game, and a shooter to boot.
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