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Ubisoft Are In It For The Long-Haul With Rainbow Six: Siege

Ubisoft has detailed its plans for how Rainbow Six: Siege will have long term appeal, and is going to be introducing new content in the form of “seasons” (they added the quote marks, not us) that will match up to ranked gameplay, over the course of a year. According to a post on the official… Read more »

Ubisoft Holds Q&A For The Division Revealing Customization And Character Numbers

Adam Cook writes for Bleeding Cool… Ubisoft has taken questions from its fans about upcoming third-person online shooter, The Division, and posted the results in the form of a video. Interestingly, they show the skill tree for the game, reveal you can customise your weapons and more. Perhaps most importantly, they reveal you can have… Read more »

UbiSoft Has Batman Begins-Sized Expectations For Assassin’s Creed

The Assassin’s Creed feature film has been something of a question mark ever since Michael Fassbender signed on to star and help develop the multi-title franchise into a project that might rise above its brethren in the video game adaptation genre. UbiSoft Motion Pictures CEO Jean-Julien Baronnet tells French Premiere (translations via Slashfilm) that the… Read more »

Ubisoft Make Considerably More Sales Off Of The PlayStation 4 Than The Xbox One

Ubisoft are one of the biggest publishers out there. Their games sell millions and they are pretty much only surpassed by EA and Activision in size and even that is debatable. It is probably not unfair to say their sales percentages are probably, at least, a hinting comparison of the wider market. That’s why these stats… Read more »

Ubisoft CEO Says Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Is ‘Good News’

One of the most substantial announcements at E3 this year was that Microsoft are making games backwards compatible on Xbox One. Very soon we will be able to whip out old 360 games we own and get them going on the new generation hardware (assuming the game is on a pre-approved list). Ubisoft CEO Yves… Read more »

Titan Comics Is Teaming With Ubisoft To Release Assassin’s Creed Comics

Are you a fan of Assassin’s Creed? Known as one of the most popular franchises in the video game industry, Titan Comics is thrilled to announce that they will be publishing Assassin’s Creed comics! Since 2007, the game has sold 93 million units, and has broadened its reach into numerous media beyond games. All of… Read more »

E3: Fighting For Honour With Ubisoft (VIDEO)

From Brandon Gerson Of Nerdy Show, for Bleeding Cool, Ubisoft brings the warfare of yore like you’ve never seen it before. Become a samurai, viking, or knight and hack and slash your way through history. The game was revealed at Ubisoft’s E3 conference and offers massive scale medieval combat that defies historical context in favor of… Read more »

Team-Based Predictability – Ubisoft At E3

By Phil Harris Ubisoft’s events kicked off with South Park: The Fractured But Whole bringing Trey Parker and Matt Stone onto stage to speak to host Aisha Tyler, spending time making jokes about getting into your, “But Whole”, during the new game and complaining about the microphones. Indeed you wonder why anyone lets them on… Read more »

E3: New South Park Game Focused On Super Heroes Coming From Ubisoft

South Park: The Stick of Truth was a monster hit last year, but the production was marred by intense problems. Matt Stone and Trey Parker worked incredibly hard on the game and it took a lot out of them. That’s why I’m shocked that we are getting another from Ubisoft, Obsidian and the South Park… Read more »

Ubisoft Stopping Production Of PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 Games

It seems that the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 are really at the end of their life cycle. Up until last year, games were still launching on both new and old gen platforms, but that has definitely slowed down now. A major player has bowed out of the generation completely too. During an investor’s call… Read more »

Category: Video Games – Talking Nintendo’s Choices, Peter Molyneux And Ubisoft’s Profits With Bob ‘MovieBob’ Chipman

It’s that time of week again where you can decide to disregard my writing and just get the cliff notes of the last seven day’s gaming news in audio form. This week, me, Laura and Andre had the pleasure of inviting Bob ‘MovieBob’ Chipman on board to talk about a whole load of things. We… Read more »

Ubisoft’s Grow Home Features Procedurally Generated Climbing

Ubisoft are one of the best AAA studios bringing ‘indie-like’ games to the market. Last years Child of Light was a prime example and these smaller projects really add diversity and quality to the studio’s portfolio. In that vain, Ubisoft  have announced Grow Home, a game where you play as botanically interested droid, BUD as… Read more »

Dedicated Discussions – Ubisoft Makes Amends For ACU And Playstation Turns 20

By Dan Celko and Jeremy Konrad The Dedicated Server is a YouTube news show here to keep you informed about gaming, talk about the implications for related fandoms, and tell you what we think about it. Also: many, many detours. Check out our channel and like our Facebook page, we want to hear from you!… Read more »

Dedicated Discussions – Ubisoft Gets Its Groove On At E3 2014

By Dan Celko The Dedicated Server is a YouTube news show here to keep you informed about gaming, talk about the implications for related fandoms, and to have fun doing it. Feel free to check out our channel and subscribe do you don’t miss a thing! This week, we’re looking back at what happened at… Read more »

Dedicated Discussions #5 – Old School Nintendo Fan Rejoice, Gaming Can Help Your Future, and Does Ubisoft Hate Women?

By Dan Celko The Dedicated Server is a YouTube news show here to keep you informed about gaming, talk about the implications for related fandoms, and to have fun doing it. Feel free to check out our channel and subscribe do you don’t miss a thing! This week we talk about: Ubisoft faces backlash over… Read more »

Shop Front Sales – EA And Ubisoft Highlights At E3

By Phil Harris Nestled amongst the three console press conferences, Ubisoft and EA, take a chance to show their wares and its always worth picking out some of the highlights from E3. Every year EA Sports wheels out the latest version of all their franchises with enough hyperbole to fill twelve baskets. I’m a fan… Read more »

First Impressions of Ubisoft’s Mighty Quest For Epic Loot : Building Fun, Raiding Quality

By Etienne Dubuc Free-to-play is clearly the economic model the video game industry has going on these days. While the biggest successes have come from those who were at the time lesser known company like Zynga and Riot, the major studios are now catching up. Ubisoft has tested the market with Ghost Recon Online and… Read more »