Ghost Recon Phantoms developer is keeping busy.
Ubisoft Singapore, known for its work on Assassin’s Creed 3 and Ghost Recon: Phantoms, has revealed its involvement in one of the biggest projects at Ubisoft across consoles and PC.
At GDC, Ubisoft Singapore and Southeast Asia managing director Olivier de Rotalier discussed the opening of a new studio in the Philippines and shared information on his studio’s current state.
“We’ve been very happy to be involved in many titles. We’ve built two main expertise in Singapore: one in AAA games, the other in PC online with Ghost Recon: Phantoms. We’ve built 10 AAA games in seven years. And now our studio is leading one of the biggest Ubisoft projects on console and PC.”
There are plenty of assumptions to made. Ubisoft Singapore could be involved with the next Assassin’s Creed, slated to arrive in 2017 and based in Egypt, or it could be working on Watch Dogs 2 which is rumoured to be released this year. What are your thoughts on the same? Let us know in the comments.