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It turns out that Ubisoft has enacted a change to the Collector's editions of three very anticipated Xbox titles for those living in the UK. If you are a UK resident and you pre-ordered the Collector's editions for Watch Dogs: Legion, Assassin's Creed Valhalla, or Far Cry 6 for the Xbox One, you will no longer receive a physical copy of the game. Instead, you will only get a digital copy.
The Ubisoft Forward livestream was just a few days ago on July 12th, and with it was a pretty huge array of details and news on many upcoming Ubisoft games, particularly their most expected...
Serge Hascoet, Yannis Mallat, and Cecile Cornet, all of whom are senior executives at Ubisoft, are stepping down from their positions due to significant accusations of abuse and the promotion of a toxic work environment. These accusations are against the individuals of course, but are also aimed at the company as a whole.
Unfortunately, there’s no denying that Ghost Recon: Breakpoint has had a pretty rough launch. With many high impact bugs and glitches, not to mention the micro transaction system and even the design of the overall map and gameplay, it has received a lot of criticism from both players and game critics. Never a good thing to happen on a game’s launch, but at least Ubisoft has revealed that they do have plans to improve the game both in the short run and the long haul, as revealed in a comprehensive blog post in which they addressed all of the problems they openly admit to. Supposedly, their plan includes post-launch content, a change to the in-game economy, more customization options, and the addition of AI teammates.
If there’s one thing that can’t be denied, it’s that coding is a very important part of modern society. A whole lot of important things in our world are dictated by lines of computer code that someone had to carefully type up. That said, learning coding isn’t easy, and it’s usually expensive, and it is rarely fun. At least, that’s the usual case. Because as of October 8th, Rabbids Coding was added to Uplay, and the game is free.
Ubisoft’s executive, Chris Early, who is also the VP for partnerships and revenue at the company, has made some statements about how Ubisoft feels in regards to Steam, and why Ubisoft doesn’t let its games be sold on Steam any longer. According to Early, Steam’s business model is unworkable, or at least it soon will be as game distribution continues to evolve.