After it acquired the rights to stream Activision Blizzard games from Microsoft
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Microsoft will sell streaming rights for Activision Blizzard games to Ubisoft in attempt to appease UK regulator
Activision Blizzard games will be coming to Ubisoft+
Not sure why the support team never mentioned this
Ubisoft endearing itself to gamers, as always
The partnership lets players experience the world as the game's protagonist, Basim
A modder's dream come true
Ubisoft Connect has launched an all-new version that brings a sleeker more social interface, improved game library, better video play, streaming advancements, and quicker access to all Ubisoft services.
As a scoundrel, it's your choice to shoot first when confronted by a bounty hunter
You could already link your Steam and Epic accounts with Nvidia's game streaming service
"No no no, that's not what happened" said the Prince, while Ubisoft killed him again
2022 was not Ubisoft's best year
"Where did that bring you? Back to me."
Ubisoft thinks you should pay $120 for Far Cry 6 GOTY Edition even though it didn't win a GOTY award
Does this mean I can declare myself Employee of the Month?
WTF?! Far Cry 6 Game of the Year (GOTY) Edition launches on Friday as an inexplicably strange bundle and costs $120. Several things make this version of the game weird, which I will touch on, but the main takeaway should be: Don't buy it. We don't want to encourage this type of marketing.
A hot potato: Ubisoft is joining the depressingly large number of companies charging $70 for their AAA games, the first of which will be November's Skull and Bones. The French studio has announced that the price will become a standard for its big PS5 and Xbox Series X/S releases. No word on PC games, though it wouldn't be surprising to see it follow in the footsteps of Square Enix and Activision by charging $70 for some titles on the platform.
Three major games are in the works
The first game to launch with all three image reconstruction methods
Tencent wants to be Ubisoft's biggest shareholder
Ubisoft will focus on its biggest development opportunities
One of the affected games launched only three years ago
The company hasn't explained why
The company has seen a 64-percent drop in share value over the last four years
Similar to Siege, but adapted for touchscreen
The tools allow content to be delivered in real time, without the need of downloading and installing a patch