The Division, Assassin's Creed, Far Cry and plenty of other of Ubisoft's biggest games haven't only been created by one studio alone, often times developers will reach out for additional resources from another within the Ubisoft family.
Oh my god, after I read this "“The purpose of a free-to-play games console is for it to be free. The hardware itself won’t cost a dime, and neither can the software. Rather, the user will be charged based on the amount of time they spend on a game. We looked back at the concept that made arcade games popular in the 80′s and 90′s and improved it for the modern day spender. Now, instead of essentially paying for lives, the player simply pays per hour played regardless of their death toll.” Don Mattrick would dig a big grave for Zynga At the helm are the most rediculus people with Don Mattrick, Michael patcher and [Peter] Molyneux. All I have to say is, hahahaha, no one is going to abuse the FREE to play model, than those 3.
Very much looking forward to The Division. Hope it's as good as it looks.
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