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Ubisoft's game subscription service for PC and Stadia, Uplay+, will launch on September 3rd. Highlights include the complete series of Assassin's Creed, Far Cry, Prince of Persia and Rayman games and the full collection of Tom Clancy franchises Splinter Cell, Ghost Recon and Rainbow Six. Recent releases are included too, like this year's Far Cry: New Dawn, Trials Rising and Tom Clancy's The Division 2.
APPROVAL OF ALL RESOLUTIONS AT THE UBISOFT ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Paris, July 02, 2019 - The Ubisoft Annual General Meeting was held on 02 July 2019 under the.
(Bloomberg) -- Microsoft Corp. said a new service that will let users play video games from their Xbox consoles on their smartphones will be offered for free.The service, which will be rolled out starting in October, is one part of the company’s new xCloud game-streaming strategy. The other piece will let gamers without access to a console play games using Microsoft’s cloud – the company will store and run the games, and deliver them to players over the internet – for a fee.“It’s about the games you love, the games you already have, with the friends you already have, on the go wherever you want to be on the device you have,” Matt Booty, vice president of Xbox game studios, said in an interview from the E3 conference in Los Angeles. Booty declined to disclose the pricing of the second part of xCloud, except to say that it will be competitive with offerings from Alphabet Inc.’s Google, whose Stadia game-streaming service will go for $10 a month, and Ubisoft Entertainment SA, which unveiled a $15 monthly service.In a press conference ahead of the trade show on Sunday, Microsoft gave the first details on its next-generation console, code-named Project Scarlett. The company said the device will be four times more powerful than the current Xbox One X, thanks to an Advanced Micro Devices Inc. processor that allows speeds of 120 frames per second. Booty declined to comment on pricing for the upcoming console, which goes on sale in 2020, but said the company wants to create a premium product for gamers.“It will absolutely be the most powerful, immersive console on the market,” he said. To contact the authors of this story: Edward Ludlow in San Francisco at firstname.lastname@example.orgDina Bass in Seattle at email@example.comTo contact the editor responsible for this story: Jillian Ward at firstname.lastname@example.org, Andrew PollackFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.
For a press conference that spent most of the first half on a single title(Watch Dogs: Legion), Ubisoft's E3 press conference was surprisingly packedon the news front
Ubisoft's latest game goes back to classical mythology with 'Gods & Monsters,' which the publisher showcased with a cartoony first trailer at E3. According to Ubisoft, it's an "adventure about a forgotten hero on a quest to save the Greek gods." The player will have god-like powers and battle Gorgons, Hydras, and Cyclops. More details should emerge before the launch date of February 25th 2020.
Ubisoft can't resist the temptation to join the game subscription bandwagon. You'll also be included in every beta and early access program. Also, this isn't just limited to downloads -- Ubisoft is promising support for Google's Stadia game streaming service, in case you'd like to add one subscription to another.
Today at its E3 press event, Ubisoft announced that it will be joining the growing list of companies launching its own streaming service. Ubisoft is also opening access to preorders this week — and those who get in early will be get the month of September for free. "More players are in the digital ecosystem than ever before, and a digital subscription is one of the easiest ways for players to access content," Ubisoft VP Brenda Panagross said in a release tied to the news.
Netflix has snagged the distribution rights to Ubisoft's adaptation of "TomClancy's The Division" starring Jessica Chastain and Jake Gyllenhaal
Ghost Recon: Breakpoint wasn't the only Tom Clancy-related game Ubisoft showcased at its E3 event. It revealed the trailer for Tom Clancy's Elite Squad , a mobile RPG that pulls together characters from Rainbow Six, Ghost Recon, The Division and Splinter Cell to form a spec-ops dream team.
Netflix has acquired the rights to make a movie based on Tom Clancy's The Division. At E3 2019, Ubisoft revealed that the screen adaption of its RPG game, starring Jessica Chastain and Jake Gyllenhaal, will be coming to the streaming service in the future. Set in a world where a pandemic virus threatens to spread, the Tom Clancy's The Division film is going to be directed by David Leitch, who was behind Deadpool 2 in 2018.
You can write your own dialogue, with branches that respond toplayer choices, and you can add in options for in-dialogue lying or even letthe player go ahead at attack NPCs to end conversations
The Nintendo Wii still has some play left in it. It was already ridiculous that Just Dance 2019 supported the Nintendo Wii, even after axing PS3 support, but now the 2020 version of the dancing video game is still supporting the aged system, Ubisoft said onstage at its E3 press conference. The game will be coming to Stadia, Wii, Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch in November.
The It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia star hit the stage at Ubisoft’s presser this afternoon to show off a trailer from his upcoming ridiculously named Apple TV+ series, Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet. The series was created by Mcelhenney and Sunny vets Charlie Day, and Megan Ganz and produced by Ubisoft Film and Television — marking its first live action series. Details are thin at the moment, but the series is a workplace comedy set in the offices of the publishers behind the massively successful World of Warcraft-style MMORPG, Mythic Quest.
Ubisoft is working on a live-action series called Mythic Quest: Raven'sBanquet, the company has announced at E3 2019
Ubisoft is on a roll right now. The Assassin's Creed franchise is in a good place, Rainbow Six Siege is trucking along and The Division 2 is arguably the biggest loot-shooter on the market right now.
BENGALURU/SAN FRANCISCO, June 6 (Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google on Thursday opened pre-orders for its game streaming service, which it said will launch in November with more than 30 games from at least 21 publishers including Electronic Arts and Take-Two Interactive. Google said its Stadia Founder's Edition package, priced at $129.99, will enable consumers to play video games such as Destiny 2 from the launch day on nearly any device without any downloads, making access to games potentially as easy as watching a YouTube video. Google faces competition from several gaming and tech companies planning similar streaming services, and must show game makers that streaming is financially viable despite stumbles with some of its earlier initiatives in gaming.
Ubisoft has confirmed reports about the next entry in its open world hacker franchise. It is entitled Watch Dogs Legion , the developer has confirmed in a tweet that also contains a short teaser showing the game's logo. The company has also alluded to the other details that previously came out, particularly that the game is set in London and will allow you to play as any of the characters you recruit. "God save the NPCs," Ubisoft wrote.
The highly anticipated Beyond Good and Evil 2 won't be making an appearance atE3 this year, but fans will get more information about the game's statusbefore the major gaming conference