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Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed Chronicles will no longer be a single release, with two other titles joining the now three part series.
The next game in the Driver series is almost certainly not what you expect.
Newcastle is the host of a new Ubisoft office, which opens today.
One of Ubisoft’s most noted indie releases was helped to release by the personal support of the publisher’s CEO Yves Guillemot.
Carbon Games title AirMech Arena will be released on next-gen consoles, publisher Ubisoft has confirmed.
Ubisoft has unveiled a new game designed to serve as therapeutic treatment for the condition of amblyopia, more commonly known as ‘lazy eye’.
Distributor Exertis is lowering prices on a number of gaming products as part of a month-long promotion.
Ubisoft’s experimental PC Grow Home could yet brand out onto other platforms.
The latest update to Assassin’s Creed: Unity has removed the requirement to play the game’s smartphone companion app to access all of its content.
Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot has said that the pains experienced in building a new game engine for last year’s Assassin’s Creed: Unity will benefit this year’s instalment.
Production for the Assassin's Creed movie adaptation is underway, Ubisoft has revealed.
Ubisoft has posted strong financial results for its 2014 holiday season run.
The identity of Ubisoft’s completed but unreleased Wii U game has apparently been revealed.
Having overseen Newcastle-based studio Reflections as general manager for 19 years, Giselle Stewart is now leading Ubisoft’s corporate affairs in the UK.
“My 15 year career has been driven by my passion for both video games and digital entertainment – which began at the age of 10, when I was given a ...
‘Experimental’ platform game Grow Home is now available on Steam.
Last year’s last-gen Assassin’s Creed title is, as we all expected, making its way onto PC.
Ubisoft has removed the beta label from its free-to-play dungeon crawler The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot.
South Park: The Stick of Truth developer Obsidian Entertainment is exploring the possibility of creating new content for the game, but it doesn't appear the odds are in the studio's ...
Ubisoft has reinstated deactivated Far Cry 4 keys that were stolen from EA’s Origin website and resold to gamers.
Copies of Far Cry 4 that have been deactivated from gamers’ accounts were originally acquired from EA’s Origin retail platform.
Ubisoft says it deactivated PC games this weekend that were ‘fraudulently obtained’.
Some users who purchased digital copies of Far Cry 4 from certain key resellers are logging in to Uplay to discover that their game has been deleted.
Ubisoft's Grow Home is a quirky PC title starring a plant-loving robot, set to launch in less than two weeks.
The creative director of Watch Dogs has said the second game in the series will try and appeal to fans in a new way.