The Internet is abuzz with reports about the screens shots and release date of Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, though developer Ubisoft is yet to make an official announcement regarding that.
Based on a leaked trailer for the fourth-generation Assassin's Creed game, unconfirmed reports claim that the eagerly-awaited game will be available from October 29 this year.
The leaked trailer also claims that the Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag will also become available on next-generation gaming consoles.
Ubisoft has recently released an amazing trailer, along with screen shots, artwork, and box art, of Tom Clancy's `Ghost Recon: Future Soldier', which will be the fourth title in the "Ghost Recon' series.
According to the information shared by Ubisoft, some of the most attractive features of the Future Soldier will be the game's high-tech gadgets, and futuristic weaponry, as well as the gamers' ability to veil like a Predator.
Ubisoft, the French game making company has come up with We Dare. This game is full of stuff that is more fantasy related. That is the reason why PEGI, game rating authority in Europe has asked the company to remove its so- called 'misleading' WeDare spot from the Internet.
The report first came out in Eurogamer, where it was reported that PEGI had told the company that after a lot of study and investigation, the committee has concluded that WeDare ads do not accurately reflect the nature and the content of the product. In a way it is misleading the users.
Ubisoft's Rayman 3D, which was listed by the Australian Classification Board Australian in December 2010, will be released on the Nintendo 3DS handheld video game console.
The platform for the new Rayman title was announced by the US software ratings board ERSB. The software ratings board announced the platform for the somewhat ignored limbless hero, but provided no other details about Rayman 3D, which is the seventh planned 3DS game from the publisher.
French video game titan, Ubisoft has come up with a video game which will help gamers learn moonwalking just like Michael Jackson. This game has been developed by Jackson's beneficiaries and is, in fact, the first video game made in dedication to the star ever since his death last year.
Ubisoft's French editor is producing the game, namely ‘Michael Jackson: The Experience’, together with a team of around 200 people, in his studios in Montpellier and Montreal.
Ubisoft has released a new multiplayer trailer for its much-awaited Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood game, while the multiplayer beta testing for the game has been dated for the month of September.
Meanwhile, the publisher confirmed that they were planning for a DLC for Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood. Speaking about the DLC, a representative for Ubisoft said, "Yes, there are plans in the works."
Desmond Miles, the main hero of the series, will also appear in the upcoming game.
Ubisoft has proclaimed a postponement in the launch of its car-teleporting reboot Driver: San Francisco, this fall, explaining that it will not be unveiled before 2011.
The proclamations were made according to the company’s sales estimates in the quarter of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010.
The publisher explained that the biggest cause for the delay is the excessive competition observed in the market. It explained that the driver was well checked by the developers, following its first introduction at E3.
Ubisoft UK’s marketing head Murray Pannel has predicted that every home would own a 3D TV set by 2013.
Murray Pannel said in an interview that a lot of companies were investing in 3D technology and added that the gaming powerhouses should be able to offer content that could really look absolutely marvelous in 3D.
Speaking on the topic, Mr. Pannel said, “I wouldn't rule out the fact that this (3D TV) will be installed in everyone's living room in three year's time.”
Microsoft is yet to announce an official UK launch date for Kinect; however, it will make it first appearance in the UK today at an Ubisoft press conference.
Games firm Ubisoft is all set to previewing two kinect games (Your Shape and Motion Sports) at the press event in London.
Kinect, Microsoft’s motion sensing Xbox 360 add on, is expected to snatch a big share of the casual games market from its rivals.
Ubisoft has kept no top secret about the truth that it is prepping a new installment in the Driver charter, which is its first since it brought the property from Atari in 2006. As part of its 2010 Electronic Entertainment Expo press conference today, Ubisoft formally made announcement related to the title, confirming the formerly registered Driver San Francisco URL registration from April.
Ubisoft’s new game ‘Child of Eden’ will utilize both motion controllers viz. Microsoft’s Kinect and the PlayStation Move.
The brand new music game was demonstrated by its creator Tetsuya Mizuguchi, which earlier created Rez and Lumines. The new title is said to be an extension of the concept behind Rez.
The trailer of the Child of Eden game shown at E3 event at Los Angeles showed that it operates just like Rez. In the game, players shoot enemies that look like they came from a deep sea geometry class field trip.
Ubisoft has released a pack of new details for the forthcoming Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, which is set to launch on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC this holiday season.
Ezio does come back, but this time as a legendary Master Assassin, ACII dealt with the origins of Ezio's opening into the deal, and he will be paying visit to Italy's grand city, Rome, so as to fight the out of control greed and corruption that afflicts the metropolis.
The UK All Formats chart for the week to April 24, compiled by Chart Track, ELSPA, was again dominated by French publisher Ubisoft as its Splinter Cell: Conviction and Just Dance retained their first and second positions respectively.
The GTA: Episodes- Tales From Liberty City remained a non-mover at third spot, while Nintendo’s Wii Fit Plus grabbed the fourth position.
Monster Hunter Tri from Capcom grabbed the fifth spot to become the week's highest new entry.
Ubisoft's Splinter Cell: Conviction and Just Dance managed to keep hold of first and second positions respectively on the ELSPA/GfK-ChartTrack UK All Formats chart for the week to April 24.
Take-Two’s GTA: Episodes From Liberty City was a non-mover at third spot, while the fourth position was grabbed by Nintendo’s Wii Fit Plus.
Capcom’s Monster Hunter Tri was the week's highest new entry at fifth spot.