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.
These days whenever games are launched on PC, it’s almost always guaranteed that you will be able to find it on Steam. This is because Steam has established themselves as the platform for distributing PC games, thanks to features like a friends list, the ability to read reviews and give reviews all in one place, gifting, and so on.
Google confirmed that it’s working on a game streaming service a couple of months ago. It disclosed the technical test it was conducting on Project Stream to see just how well game streaming into the Chrome browser works. It’s expanding the test now and is offering a free copy of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey to those who sign up for the trial.
Ubisoft had been teasing a new Far Cry title and the company has finally unveiled it. The title is called Far Cry: New Dawn and it’s a sequel to Far Cry 5. The story in this title is based in a post-nuclear apocalypse world years after the events of Far Cry 5. A trailer for the new title has also been released by Ubisoft.
If you’re a fan of Ubisoft’s Far Cry franchise, then you will be pleased to learn that the company will be officially announcing the next Far Cry game at the Game Awards 2018. This announcement was prefaced with the release of a teaser trailer that showed a huge mushroom cloud in the distance, followed by talks of a new world.
Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed franchise can be played on pretty much almost every device out there. There is the PC version of the game, the console version of the game where the franchise has been released on Xbox and PlayStation consoles, the mobile version of the game, and more recently Google has tested allowing the game to stream via its Chrome browser.
There will be two storyline expansions for Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, the first of which is going to be released next week. It has been confirmed that the title’s first DLC episode called Legacy of the First Blade is going to be released on December 4th. The DLC episode is going to be released for this title on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.