NowGamer: Ubisoft Quebec is working on a 'AAA MMO' with 'Cloud Computing' elements according to job postings.
I would THINK I'd be interested in this. Depends how it played I suppose. Traditional MMO wouldn't suit it at all.
Interested if this is coming to console and was designed specifically for console. DC Universe fails because it's designed to work on both console and PC.
Yawn AC3 please
Who cares... I need AC3 with a new engine!
Yes, this! Please for the love of god, emphasis on the NEW ENGINE! Love the way AC plays, but it's so damn glitchy. You're not supposed to see guards spawn right in front of you lol!
I honestly believe Ubi has been milking the Ezio story line as an interim solution for the delay of next-gen hardware. I'm willing to bet that we won't see anything regarding AC3 until we hear from the platform holders. Ubisoft have been particularly vocal about wanting new hardware.
Ubisoft said a while ago that they are planning to release ACIII next year, and afterwards they will be taking at least 2 year gaps between future AC titles. I wish they would wait but it clearly isn't going to happen.
Precisely , the old formula along with the engine is tiring itself , however still great if might be . And they wont invest in a new engine right now in a near transitional phase , unless they can scale it down and reuse it later on new consoles .
Out of the blue.
its UBI so they have kind of become this one game pony, but hopefully farcry 3 and future soldier are something different in 2012 than a proper rainbow six in 2013 come to think about it it would be quite interesting if they do a MMO since AC games have huge worlds a lot to do and stuff. we will get AC3 or AC 2 version 4 in 2012 to end the desmond story but don't expect a new engine, there is not enough time to build a engine and develop a game within 12 months not unless they have onf of their other teams do the engine or maybe use a 3rd party engine
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