Assassin’s Creed: Hall of souls has added a new “sisterhood” tattoo to honor female characters and staff in the game, according to the official twitter of Assassin’s Creed: Hall of souls today (September 29). “Assassin’s Creed: Hall of souls” has added a new “sisterhood” tattoo, designed by Sebastian Dell & ා; aria, inspired by Baya’s wife aiya in Assassin’s Creed: origin. < / P > < p > Benoit richer, director of the games, suggested that the “sisterhood” tattoo was hidden in one of England’s three major cities and players could actively look for it. < p > < p > < p > “sisterhood” is a community led project initiated by fans of Assassin’s Creed. It is created in the context of Ubisoft’s widely publicized “Brotherhood” culture. Many former employees of Ubisoft said that the company was full of misogyny and sexual harassment, and Ubisoft was also criticized for creating games with sexist mentality. For example, Cassandra’s brother Alexis CIOs was added as a playable role in assassin creed: Odyssey. At that time, the male dominated editorial team said that female protagonists would not be sold. According to reports, Cassandra was initially the only playable character in the game. < / P > < p > < p > “AC sisterhood” is a branch of the mentors Association. According to a statement written by kulbreet Virdi, a member of the association, the “AC sisters” was established to “highlight, appreciate and support women in the assassin’s Creed universe, community and development team (including those who think they are women), and create a safe space for women.” , and “help drive meaningful change by providing better representation for women in the assassin creed game and better treatment for women within the company.”. Google said the proposed media negotiation rules would put its free services in Australia at “risk”