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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 684d ago | interview

Ubisoft Discusses Its Plans for Next-Gen

Ubisoft is optimistic about its future leading into the upcoming console transition. Speaking to IGN in a recent interview, Ubisoft Montreal CEO Yannis Mallat explained how Ubisoft views itself as we prepare for next-gen hardware. (PC, PS4, Ubisoft, Wii U, Xbox One, Yannis Mallat)

decrypt  +   684d ago
More DLC and incomplete games lol thats their plan.
malokevi  +   684d ago
lolz lolz updates and optional additional comments are nunz the cool.

Ubi soft will rape ur brainz with next gen Tom Clancy titles, Rayman, Watch Dogs, Far Cry, and unforeseen gems.

Anyone who denies that is a silly troll.
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Jek_Porkins  +   684d ago
Assassins Creed 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10, plus lots of Assassins Creed DLC and DRM on all of their games?
ShabbaRanks  +   684d ago
Just give me a classic RainbowSix game like the originals, but with modern day graphics and no perks, kill streaks or any of that kind of fucking bullshit.

Thats all I want Ubi... Oh ya and Watch Dogs :S
pr0t0typeknuckles  +   684d ago
let me guess,uh assassins creed 5,6,7,8,9,10....50,no prince of persia or a sequel to the 08 game with the huge cliffhanger,no beyond good and evil 2,more assassins creed milk,drip,drip,drip.
JBSleek  +   684d ago
Everyone dissing them for AC but no one praising Watch Dogs which as of now looks like the best next gen game.
Eldyraen  +   684d ago
I think it looks the most "next gen" (although multi-gen) as we haven't seen enough Infamous to make a real guess on how it will play (probably not too different) and Killzone looks great from a technical/graphical standpoint but the short video still looks entirely "today" in terms of gameplay mechanics.

The level of in-game environment/character interaction of Watchdogs though is just something very new which we haven't seen before which sets it apart. Its sort of the Next AC (hopefully not milked) as it takes a rather familiar genre (open world Action) but puts it on its head (the original AC was one of the best and most innovative open world Action games this gen by far--milked or not).

I may be a little more interested in some games next gen (probably more so when we see more of them) but Watchdogs, as of now, really shows that Ubisoft still is willing to take chances and looks to be paying off. I hope its as fun as it looks as traffic jams are going to be epic ;) I can't wait to see what all is interactive and different ways to escape or do things differently.
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