While movies that are based on video games tend to do rather poorly on the big screen, animations seem to be faring better. Take for example the Angry Birds movie which did surprisingly well, and it’s not just limited to movies either, Netflix’s Castlevania has also been extremely well received.
Earlier this year, Ubisoft released Assassin’s Creed III Remastered for the Nintendo Switch. If that wasn’t enough for you and you would like to see more Assassin’s Creed games launch for the console, you might be interested to learn that Assassin’s Creed: The Rebel Collection has been announced for the Switch during the Nintendo Direct event.
Ubisoft will be launching its Uplay+ game subscription service later this year for both PC and Google Stadia. It said back when the service was announced at E3 last month that more than 100 games will be included in the service but didn’t say which ones. The company has now provided more information about the titles that will be a part of this subscription service.
Ubisoft wants a piece of the game subscription action as well and the publisher has now announced its very own service at E3 2019. UPlay Plus is a game subscription service for PC gamers which will provide subscribers with access to more than 100 titles published by Ubisoft. The service isn’t all that dissimilar to EA’s Origin Access or Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass for PC.
While games like Guitar Hero and Rock Band might not be as popular as it once was back in the day, it seems that games such as the Just Dance franchise are still going on strong. In fact, if you’d like to groove along to the latest songs and check out new features, you’ll be pleased to learn that Ubisoft has since announced the latest installment in the franchise: Just […]
Several years ago, Ubisoft confirmed that they would be making a movie based on their video game “The Division”. It has been about three years since the announcement was made, and for those wondering about the state of the movie, you’ll be pleased to learn that at E3 2019, it has been revealed that Netflix will be picking it up.
In recent times, there have been some rumblings to suggest that Ubisoft could be working on a new Watch Dogs game. Just the other day, an Amazon listing revealed that Ubisoft’s next Watch Dogs game could be called Watch Dogs Legion, and as it turns out, the rumors were right on the money.
It was back in 2018 that there were signs that Watch Dogs 3 could be in development. Then last month, Ubisoft created brand new social media accounts for Watch Dogs, leading to speculation that the company could be getting ready to launch a new Watch Dogs game. It turns out that all these signs could be right on the money.
There have been reports dating back to at least 2018 that hints that Watch Dogs 3 could be in development. Now according to the latest speculation, it seems that our wish could come true and that the game might be announced at E3 2019 which will be taking place next month. This is according to fan sightings of an official Watch Dogs Twitter account.
For the longest time ever, Ubisoft never failed to release a new Assassin’s Creed title every year, but last year it was revealed that the company would not be returning to an annual release schedule and that 2019 would not be getting a brand new Assassin’s Creed title. While that still holds true, recent leaks have clued us in to what we might be able to expect in 2020.
As many have heard by now, efforts to rebuild the Notre Dame Cathedral that recently caught on fire is underway, although we imagine that it will probably cost a lot of money to do so. Thankfully, several big tech companies and businesses have come forward to pledge their financial support to the rebuilding, and Ubisoft is one of them.
Rainbow Six Siege players have been waiting for Operation Burnt Horizon to arrive ever since the new patch landed on the Technical Test Server two weeks ago. It has definitely been a considerable wait for them and they will be happy to know now that Operation Burnt Horizon will be rolling out to players tomorrow, March 6th.
Late last month a listing on a gaming retailer’s website revealed that Ubisoft could be looking to bring the Assassin’s Creed 3 collection to the Nintendo Switch. It turns out the rumors were right because Ubisoft has since officially announced Assassin’s Creed 3 Remastered which will be launching on the console come May 21.
The Nintendo Switch is home to many games, many of which are highly rated and have been very well-received. However we imagine that gamers probably wish that the Switch had more games so that they won’t to switch between devices/consoles to play different games, such as Assassin’s Creed, for example.