Entries in 'Ubisoft' (246)
When you think of video games on the cutting edge of technology, you’d probably come up with titles such as Call of Duty or GTA.
The PC community claims to have found a method to re-introduce a number of graphics options that were allegedly deliberately deactivated in the PC version of Watch Dogs.
Ubisoft won’t be bringing its latest Assassin’s Creed entry to PS3 and Xbox 360.
Another Ubisoft game has found itself embroiled in a gender equality debate.
Publisher Ubisoft has distanced itself from claims that high workloads are behind its omission of playable female characters in the four-player co-op focused Assassin's Creed: Unity.
Assassin’s Creed: Unity will for the first time allow four players to work together – but not, it seems, for them to play as a female character.
Day one of E3 2014 has been and gone and certainly gave everyone plenty to talk about.
There were many trends to discuss at this year’s Electronics Entertainment Expo.
Ubisoft has released two videos for upcoming shooter Far Cry 4.
Publisher Ubisoft says it may make Watch Dogs an annual franchise, but it will first take its time on Watch Dogs 2.
Ubisoft is holding back Wii U games until the console starts selling better.
Ubisoft has unveiled a new Rainbow Six game for launch in 2015.
Ubisoft has created an Xbox One exclusive fitness title: Shape Up.
Ubisoft's frankly brilliant looking new Assassin's Creed has a release date.
Ubisoft's open world driving game The Crew will launch this Christmas.
Ubisoft has unveiled two new Just Dance games at E3.
Ubisoft has announced Raddids Invasion will make its debut at the end of the year.
Tetris is coming to both PS4 and Xbox One some time this summer, thanks to new publisher Ubisoft.
Four of the biggest games heading to PC may well perform better on Nvidia hardware than on AMD.
Watch Dogs has sold more than 4m units in its first week, Ubisoft has announced.
The graphics technical director of Watch Dogs has defended the state of the game on PC and confirmed that it is working on a patch to ease the problems.
The early technical struggles of Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs appear to have created a domino effect that is causing trouble on all major gaming networks.
After what has been a very long wait, Watch Dogs has certainly delivered the goods for Ubisoft.
There will be at least five games from Ubisoft at E3 next month – but none of them will be for Nintendo platforms.
After a wait of nearly two years, Watch Dogs is very nearly with us.