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Far Cry 5’s first live event asks players to barbecue wild animals

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Rights to 1666: Amsterdam back in the hands of Assassin’s Creed director Patrice Désilets

After three years of legal battles, Ubisoft has agreed to give up the rights to the game Désilets once touted as the next Assassin's Creed.

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Ubisoft to offer free DLC to Assassin’s Creed Unity owners in apology for early issues

Assassin’s Creed Unity owners will get the Dead Kings DLC for free to help smooth over the game’s dreadful launch, Ubisoft Montreal and Toronto ...

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Jade Raymond leaving Ubisoft after 10 years

Ubisoft Toronto managing director and executive producer Jade Raymond is leaving Ubisoft after 10 years with the company, she announced today.

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Splinter Cell: Blacklist game director now at Warner Bros. heading an unannounced game

According to an update on Patrick Redding's LinkedIn profile, the former Splinter Cell: Blacklist game director has left Ubisoft Toronto to helm ...

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Ubisoft Toronto working on five unannounced projects

Ubisoft Toronto is working on five unannounced projects, two of which are being co-developed with other studios, managing director Jade Raymond ...

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Ubisoft has confirmed that development on Rainbow 6: Patriots has been rebooted. Speaking to IGN, the publisher's North American president, ...


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Ghost like Swayze I have never played a game whose political agenda confused me as much as Splinter Cell: Blacklist. I’m used to my fair ...



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Cost of AAA Game Development Threatens Innovation, Says Ubisoft’s Jade Raymond

According to Ubisoft Toronto's Jade Raymond, the cost to develop AAA games will inevitably compromise innovation as a direct result of risk ...

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‘Sam Will Be Back’ for Next-Gen Splinter Cell, States Blacklist Dev

Speaking to Arabic Gamers, Splinter Cell: Blacklist art director Scott Lee stated that Ubisoft has "a lot of plans in the works" for the ...

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