Entries in 'Ubisoft' (181)
Fun House, the Ubisoft development arm founded to create more quirky titles, has revealed its first full game.
Ubisoft has released Rayman Adventures on iOS and Android platforms.
The open beta for the new Rainbow Six has been delayed due to technical problems.
“I am the vice president of Fun House, which is probably the best job title a person can have.”
Ubisoft’s survival horror title Zombi is set for a boxed release.
Former Assassin’s Creed producer Jade Raymond joined EA for a very good reason.
After a weak start, there are signs that Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate may be winning favour with gamers.
Ubisoft may have delivered a far smoother technical experience with the latest Assassin’s Creed title, but it seems that some feel it has fallen short in one particular area.
This week's bumper edition of MCV is out right now and is filled wil major interviews and insight.
Ubisoft’s London-based Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate has debuted at No.1, but its performance compared to its predecessors will be a big worry.
Despite Ubisoft’s protestations, Vivendi has increased its financial interest in the publisher.
The CEO of Ubisoft has vowed that the company will remain independent.
Publisher Ubisoft has said that it has joined the Open Gaming Alliance (OGA) to build some bridges with the PC gaming community.
Ubisoft has announced a new reward scheme called Ubisoft Club.
Assassin’s Creed is one for the history books.
Shares in both Ubisoft and Gameloft have lifted after former Activision parent Vivendi acquired a stake in the pair.
Ubisoft has made another addition to its huge roster of first-party developers.
Might and Magic Heroes VII fans are being compensated after Ubisoft admitted its ‘confusing’ marketing might have left some players disappointed.
Ubisoft has acquired The Crew developer Ivory Tower.
A mysterious new Ubisoft game teased slowly via a livestream has been prematurely revealed as a brand new Far Cry.
Strategy title World on Conflict has, temporarily at least, been saved from the brink.
Ubisoft’s upcoming console and PC title Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate will offer users the chance to pay to accelerate progress.
It seems that Call of Duty isn’t the only game that’s doing away with its single-player mode.
Ubisoft is staying true to its promise of more diversification with the reveal of a transgender character starring in Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate.
Next month’s release of Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate will be accompanied by a PS4 hardware bundle.