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Patrick Redding, director of the recent Splinter Cell Blacklist, has joined Batman: Arkham Origins developer Warner Bros. Montreal to work on an unannounced project.

Redding's job switch was spotted by Superannuation. Redding's LinkedIn profile and Twitter bio reflect the move. He is now creative director of Warner Bros. Games Montreal.

Redding was the narrative designer on Far Cry 2 before working as director of Splinter Cell Conviction and Splinter Cell Blacklist.

What Warner Bros. Montreal is up to remains to be seen. With Rocksteady closing out the Arkham series with Arkham Knight, due out later this year, perhaps we'll see a game set in the wider DC Universe from the studio.

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