The American publishing house announced that Raymond is stepping down as CEO of Motive Studios.
Raymond joined Electronic Arts in 2015, founding Motive in Montreal, which became an EA subsidiary.
So far, the studio has only one project – Motive Studios, together with Criterion Games, took part in the work on the shooter Star Wars: Battlefront II, the main developer of which is the Swedish EA DICE.
43-year-old Raymond will be replaced as head of Motive by Samantha Ryan, who already oversees EA Mobile, Maxis and BioWare.
Jade Raymond rose to prominence in the gaming industry as the producer of the first two parts of Assassin's Creed. In addition, she led the development of another well-known Ubisoft project – Watch Dogs.