Should developers be condemned for reusing assets in games? When does it "feel" right to reuse an asset?
But it will be a VRCade game, so you won't be able to play it on your headset at home.
Director Hajime Tabata also discusses fan reception to Assassin's Festival.
Although they will be different from something like Rainbow Six: Siege.
No, not 1666: Amsterdam.
New Metroid, Assassin’s Creed to be shown off at E3 according to other rumors.
That would be pretty sweet- if the game itself is actually good.
Strong international showing expected.
That, plus all of Ubisoft's other games.
The movie adaptation will be a little late.
In addition to not releasing an Assassin's Creed game, that is.
Ubisoft won't commit to a 2017 release date for the new game.
We might still get an Assassin's Creed game this year.
The real intent is to bring the franchise to the masses.
The prequel to The Order: 1886.
Fate's sense of irony resurfaces...
Blood dragons, Assassins, fire and more await to be discovered.
Ubisoft attributes this to it's 9,000+ employees.
Ubisoft CEO focused on giving developers "lots of time."
This is good news.