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Ubisoft Watch Dogs 2 trailer, release date now confirmed

After confirming that Watch Dogs 2 would be part of its E3 lineup last week, Ubisoft has announced that the game will be officially revealed tomorrow (June 8) on the Watch Dogs website. The company has also released a short…

Ubisoft confirms Watch Dogs 2 will be part of its E3 lineup

Watch Dogs, the open-world third-person title from 2014, was one of those games that seemed to divide opinion. Some called it a poor Grand Theft Auto copy with hacking elements thrown in; others, including me, loved it. The game shipped…

Assassin's Creed Syndicate Review: The best in years for the series

Assassin's Creed Syndicate takes us to Victorian London in 1868. The historical setting mixes painstakingly accurate architectural renderings with entertainingly campy and counterfactual cameos from figures like Darwin and Dickens. Interactively and narratively Syndicate is a mixed bag. But it's also the best entry in years for a series that's seen some high profile misfires.

'Far Cry Primal' is set in the Stone Age

Ubisoft has revealed that the next game in the Far Cry series will be set in the Stone Age. In Far Cry Primal, players will assume the role of a lone hunter named Takkar whose primary task is to remain…

Assassin's Creed: Rogue on PC can track your eyes

Assassin's Creed: Rogue, the last-gen console title from Ubisoft and effective sequel to Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, will be hitting PC on March 10 (assuming it's not delayed). While the game will mostly be the same as what launched…

The Crew Benchmarked, Performance Review

Ubisoft's new action-driving MMO has 7,000 miles of roads, 15 cities and 15 million individual objects. The Crew has been designed for the latest generation consoles and PCs, though the former are capped at 30fps/1080p while our preferred platform ought to look and feel better with a 60fps cap and a higher res. Here's our full PC benchmark test.

Gamers discover yet another secret ending in 'Far Cry 4'

Ubisoft’s Far Cry 4 has been lauded for its immensely beautiful open world gameplay. The storyline, on the other hand, hasn’t held up nearly as well under criticism. A lackluster plot seems almost improbable considering the alternate endings that gamers…