Entries in 'Ubisoft' (208)
Beyond Good & Evil creator Michel Ancel has seemingly confirmed that a sequel is in development.
Assassin’s Creed publisher Ubisoft has taken a larger stake in the mobile games market with the acquisition of Ketchapp.
When Watch Dogs arrived in May 2014, it was the biggest IP launch of all time.
French publisher Ubisoft has outsold all of its competitors across a number of key territories so far in 2016.
Having previously hooked up with others for its print ambitions, Ubisoft has announced its own book publishing operations.
The senior producer on Watch Dogs 2 says that the titles has been bolstered by a ‘shorter communication cycle’.
The boss of Ubisoft has dropped further hints about Nintendo’s NX strategy.
The chief executive of the Pokemon Company has become the first senior industry figure to openly discuss the hybrid design of Nintendo NX.
Another title has lost its 2016 release date.
Assassin’s Creed, Watch Dogs and The Division developer-publisher Ubisoft is bulking up its defences in an attempt to remain independent.
The team behind Ubisoft’s MMO shooter The Division has announced delays for the game’s next two expansions.
October will kick off Ubisoft’s commercial entry into the virtual reality market.
MCV had a certain perception of Ubisoft Reflections before it visited the Newcastle-based developer.
Assassin’s Creed publisher Ubisoft has picked Stripe Communications as its retained consumer and corporate PR agency in the UK.
The talent behind the blockbuster Just Dance series has revealed a new karaoke arm for the brand.
What will the NX be? We don’t know, but it doesn’t sound like it’s going to be a direct rival for the PS4 or Xbox One.
An extreme skier has died in an avalanche while filming a promo for Ubisoft’s in-development sports title Steep.
Ubisoft really doesn’t want Vivendi to buy it.
The Assassin’s Creed movie is not going to earn a lot of money, says Ubisoft.
After the UK has voted to leave the EU, we have spoken to members of the UK games industry to see what happens next.
If footage from a pitch reel is to believed, a Call of Duty title set in Ancient Rome was in the works.
The cold war between Vivendi and Ubisoft continues.
Former Vivendi COO Stéphane Roussel has been named CEO of Gameloft during its shareholders’ meeting yesterday.
A defiant Ubisoft united at E3 last week as the threat of a Vivendi takeover increases.
Patrice Desilets has confessed that he has not played a Ubisoft game since Assassin’s Creed 3.