Assassins Creed Rogue Launches On PC

Some launch details as Assassins Creed Rogue launches for PC at last.

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Ubisoft Employees Strike in France Over Salary Dispute

Over 700 Ubisoft staff in France strike due to failed salary talks, highlighting a major dispute over fair compensation.

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Chocoburger2d ago

Ubisoft is eroding from within. They used to be such a great publisher, but their hubris, greed, ignorance, and willingness to embrace crappy business practices such as intentionally releasing broken games with a "patch it later" mentality just so they can garner Black Friday sales, their in-game cash shops to sell you virtual junk, over priced collectors editions where their price increases but their quality remains the same, giant open bland land masses to explore packed with copy & paste boring filler side quests designed to waste your time with menial tasks.

And let's not forget their employees constantly getting pissed at the executives treating them like crap, which has been an on-going problem for years. Yeah, Ubisoft had rightfully earned their title of Ubi-junk.

What a shame.

raWfodog2d ago

I wonder if they’re following a checklist 🤔

SimpleSlave2d ago

Couldn't happened to a more deserving company. Here's to a AAAA Strike for all those well deserved AAAA Salaries.

🖕 Choke on it U-beSawft.

CrimsonWing692d ago

The industry is hitting some issues I'm seeing games not selling as well, Sony projections are down, games cost way too much to make and are not hitting return on investment, and now employees demanding to be paid more.

It reminds me of the movie industry. The cost to make movies aren't making their money back yet you have everyone demanding to be paid more. The things that needs to change are cost of development including employee/contractor wages, and I'd even say to lower the MSRP on games. I know they are trying like hell to monetize games to bring in recurring revenue like mobile games, but that's not the answer. The onus is on the industry to correct this and I think the way to do it is cutting back on costs.

I don't see how employees can demand to be paid more when sh*t like Skull and Bones isn't bringing back money and god knows how much they spent on the development of that game. I think I remember seeing that after Black Flag or when Sea of Thieves was announced.


Ubisoft Announces Financial Results and Confirms Assassin’s Creed Codename Red Release By March 2025

Ubisoft just announced its financial results for Q3 of the fiscal year 2023-2024 and confirmed a release window for Assassin’s Creed Codename Red, on top of a lot more information about the performance of its major games.

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StormSnooper10d ago

Ninja assassin creed! Ok now I’m interested


PC gaming's many launchers, reviewed for 2024: Steam still puts the rest to shame

Let's put a score on them all—the good, the bad, and the GOGly.