Ubisoft Paris's open-world shooter was a mess when it launched in 2019, but has seen multiple updates. Is it finally worth picking up?
These games might not be of the highest quality, but they certainly deserve a second chance should you happen to get them at a bargain.
Sometimes, smaller and denser worlds are the way to go.
Nailing an experience's length is easier said and done, and one way or another, these games left a little to be desired on that front.
The open-world tactical shooter is the latest Ubisoft title on Steam, joining The Division 2, Immortals Fenyx Rising, and more.
Cancelled projects, delayed games, big-budget titles in limbo, losses and falling stock prices are only the tip of the iceberg.
These megatons fell way short of expectations.
These games would have been better off with some additional time in the oven.
The triple-A games industry is a place of great expectations. Here are 10 super-hyped titles that either stumbled or crashed after launch.
Ubisoft Paris notes that feedback provided by players on the game has been "instrumental and will help shape the future of the franchise."
Some open world titles are chock-full of fun, exciting things to do. However, these games were either too dull or insultingly bad with their worlds.
Ubisoft has introduced a new NFT platform called Quartz, and is added its first batch of relevant items to Ghost Recon Breakpoint.
Creating a compelling open world can be challenging. Here are 15 games that show a huge amount of potential but falter in one way or another.
Some games are just bad but others seemingly exist for no other purpose than to wring cash from players. Check out 15 such cases here.
Ubisoft will continue updating the game despite its poor start.
The free weekend comes in time for the Rainbow Six crossover.
Two Ubisoft properties collide.
The next generation upgrade comes with the new Title Update.
The open world shooter is finally getting the much-requested feature.