Ubisoft Toronto Planning 5 Major Games

Posted By | On 10th, Aug. 2010

Ubisoft Toronto managing director Jade Raymond has revealed that Ubisoft Toronto will develop 5 big games.

Raymond said that all of them will be triple A titles.

“I can’t say specifics now, we don’t want to get ahead of ourselves in our first year. But yeah, that’s the plan,” said Jade during an interview with Develop.

“The biggest draw we have is all the great things about a start-up.”

“If developers have ambition to make triple-A projects, and want to have their place in what is a thriving start-up, then Ubisoft Toronto is the place for them.”

“We have all that great stuff but much less of the risk, because we’re fully backed by Ubisoft and already have veteran staff.”

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Raymond also said that the studio is looking to grow to over 800 staff over the next ten years.

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