Tag: Ubisoft

The Games-As-A-Service Model: Is It Just All Bad?

A few weeks ago, it was revealed that Ubisoft would be planning to move towards releasing fewer titles and placing greater focus on those that they do actually choose to release. The decision comes after the company noticed stronger second year sales numbers in titles that made use of the games-as-a-service model and thus were ...

Ubisoft Releases Trailer Revealing Two New Operators For ‘Rainbow Six Siege’

Rainbow Six Siege’s upcoming Outbreak DLC/co-op event will seemingly be introducing several novel aspects to the title and over the past week or so, Ubisoft has released a few details about these new additions. The most recent such detail to be revealed was a trailer featuring the two new playable operators within the Attacker class ...

Ubisoft To Move Towards Releasing Fewer Games Each Year

For many years, Ubisoft has been among a number of publishers many have accused of oversaturating the video game market with relatively similar experiences due to their use of a frequent release schedule. However, according to Ubisoft’s recently released 2017 Annual Report, the publisher may soon be abandoning this business practice. Released on Monday, Chairman ...

Why Do Gamers Seemingly Hate Ubisoft?

Ubisoft has recently revealed that a few new titles in their biggest franchises are in production, particularly #FarCry5, #TheCrew2 and a new #AssassinsCreed title. From all accounts, this information has seemed to have divided the #gamingcommunity somewhat. Some #gamers were very happy to hear that new installments in some of Ubisoft’s biggest franchises are in ...

The Assassin-Free Years: What To Expect From The New ‘Assassin’s Creed’ Title When It Is Released

When it was first announced that there would be no Assassin’s Creed title released in 2016, many gamers were largely surprised. Ubisoft neglecting to release a new title in their annualized cash cow series? Unthinkable! So, why would Ubisoft decide not to release another Assassin’s Creed title in 2016? The answer to this is rather ...