Ubisoft recently held a conference call for investors and analysts, in which the company's approach to virtual reality was detailed by CEO Yves Guillemot. It's become apparent then, that Ubisoft plan to release a handful of games this year for virtual reality headsets, including a "surprise" announcement at E3. During the announcement, Ubisoft also praised Sony's... Continue Reading →
There was a lot of hype last week around a new update for Ubisoft's widely purchased new title The Division. The update included four new missions under the Incursions section of the game, one of which (Falcon Lost) was deemed so difficult even the developers couldn't beat it. Yes, the developers themselves spoke out and said that... Continue Reading →
In a press release today, Ubisoft proudly announced that The Division is the fastest-selling game in its history. It was to be expected, as after the beta went live 6.4 million players logged into the servers - making it the industry's biggest ever beta for a new game brand on a current generation. Without any specific numbers... Continue Reading →
Ubisoft have gotten bold with their movie-making recently. Despite the original motion picture not reaching theatres until December, there's evidence to suggest that a second one is in the works. That takes some serious confidence in your product, though Assassin's Creed (the movie) is looking like a welcome departure from the cheesey laziness we've seen... Continue Reading →
The world where man brutally murders man for food, where tyrannical leaders invade and annihilate tribes for land, and human instinct rules over reason is about to see the release of a new Far Cry title on Tuesday.
The week's video game happenings and announcements summed up in one helpful list, never be out of the loop again! Monday 25th January - FNaF World Pulled from Steam Scott Cawthorn's week didn't kick off too well when we pulled FNaF World, an RPG spinoff of the viral Five Nights at Freddy's saga, from Steam. It seems that the 'Very Positive'... Continue Reading →