Before we start, real talk: Ubisoft has copped a bit of a flogging to the reputation lately, despite releasing some decent games in the past few years amongst the turmoil. So it was up to the company coming into E3 to leave all that behind and come out swinging, and boy did they give it
Ubisoft is comfortable with its established formula. Many of its recent titles have taken place in the open world, have had multiplayer hooks and featured the same sodding towers to climb up. Even its E3 press conferences deviate little from the set routine; Aisha Tyler returned for the fifth year in a row to host
This week on New Game Plus, we shoot around the world in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, battle across Japan in Samurai Warriors 4 and charge through the Melbourne Exhibition Centre as our coverage of PAX Australia continues. We also take a look at Christopher Nolan’s latest movie Interstellar. All this, plus more, on Episode
After what has been a complicated year, Ubisoft have issued an apology for the lackluster launch of this year’s current generation installment of the Assassin’s Creed series, Assassin’s Creed Unity and have offered upcoming free DLC for those who had picked the game up this November as well as removing the Assassin’s Creed Unity Season
In a somewhat surprising development, Ubisoft have today pulled their three major holiday releases from PC digitial distribution platform Steam, and have raised further questions about their continued support on the platform.
From the opening minutes of Ubisoft’s press conference, we were greeted with a blood drenched, expletive-heavy ceremony from long-time publisher Ubisoft. Kicking off with an insight of Far Cry 4‘s manic antagonist in the form of a real-time rendered cutscene, it was clear that Ubisoft were aiming steadily towards a mature demographic. That is until
World renowned publisher Ubisoft have taken to their official UbiBlog to announce Far Cry 4, the next instalment of their long-running series notorious for warfare in the wilderness. Set in the Himalayan-inspired region of Kyrat, players will be tasked with a savage fight for survival against a gun laundering, self-appointed opportunist leader and his weapon-toting
With just over a month until the local releases of the Playstation 4 and Xbox One, Ubisoft have today confirmed its two new IP’s hitting next month, The Crew & Watch_Dogs, won’t be making their debuts this year. Both titles are now slated to be released sometime in 2014.
Author Tom Clancy has died. He is reported to have passed away in Baltimore’s Johns Hopkins Hospital — no cause of death has been released. He was 66. Tom Clancy was most renowned for his military thriller novels, including Patriot Games and The Hunt For Red October. In the gaming world, he was best known
For the first half of the Ubisoft conference, I had to check the time and date three or four times. Not only because it felt painfully boring, but because of just how much it felt like their 2012 conference. You’ve got returning host Aisha Tyler reprising her infamous “girlwood” comment from last year thanks to