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Ubisoft might be testing in-game ads integrated into Assassin’s Creed gameplay, drawing criticism from players
Players have found out that Ubisoft has apparently started experimenting with in-game ads. These pop-up banners appear during gameplay, promoting discounts on the latest Assassin’s Creed title.
How Assassin’s Creed III animation team raised the bar 10 years ago despite hardware limitations
Assassin’s Creed III animation director Jonathan Cooper has recalled how the Ubisoft Montreal team created animation for the game. From rebuilt combat to ragdoll physics, the devs did a great job, making the project look impressive even after 10 years.
Report: some Ubisoft devs refuse to work on Assassin’s Creed Red due to ‘culture of fear’ created by its director
Some Ubisoft Quebec employees are unhappy that creative director Jonathan Dumont has kept his job despite misconduct allegations. He is reportedly the reason they refuse to work on the next Assassin’s Creed game.
Educational tours from Assassin’s Creed games to be used across 52 schools in UK
Ubisoft is stepping up its educational partnership with non-profit program Digital Schoolhouse. The publisher is expanding its Discovery Tour, an educational platform allowing users to explore the historical settings of various Assassin’s Creed games.
Ubisoft confirms Assassin’s Creed Infinity — live service game led by one of Splinter Cell creators
It’s been officially revealed that Ubisoft has started to work on Assassin’s Creed Infinity. It’ll probably be a live service platform that will define the franchise’s future. One of the original Splinter Cell creators will creatively lead the project.
Four horror titles by Bloober Team co-funded with €150K grants from European Commission. Here’s why
Bloober Team received at least four grants, each worth €150 thousand, through the European Union’s Media Program. The European Commission awarded these grants to the studio to support the development of four horror games, including The Medium and Layers of Fear 2. Here’s what the European Commission saw in them.