Considered one of the most over-hyped games of 2014, Ubisoft's Watch Dogs promised a lot but delivered about halfway on those promises. Well, Ubisoft is going to take the crack at Watch Dogs 2 and potentially provide a more robust experience compared to the first game.
Alright, inmates, listen up! For those of you still taking down warlords and riding elephants in Far Cry 4, the folks at Ubisoft would like to call your attention to a brand new activity you can start taking part in as of today. The Durgesh Prison DLC is now ready to roll, giving you a chance to break out of the big house or die trying.
Using the Far Cry 4 map editor, one prodigious map maker managed to recreate the prison camp from the prologue game Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes. The map isn't exactly 1:1 in its design ratio, but it does come pretty close to capturing the look and feel of Hideo Kojima's stealth-espionage title.
Ubisoft unleashed a new trailer for the upcoming DLC for Assassin's Creed Unity called Dead Kings. The trailer is slick and cool and entirely CGI. Yep, no actual gameplay, just a fancy cinematic. Check it out below.
Many Far Cry 4 owners on Xbox One are unable to play the game right now. FC4 has simply vanished from the Xbox Store.
Ubisoft has sent out another poll to gauge user interest in upcoming features that could make their way into Far Cry 5. The company is coming hot off the successful launch of Far Cry 4, but that doesn't mean they can't pore over ideas for the inevitable sequel.
The next piece of major DLC for Far Cry 4 is set to release in just under a month, introducing a new scenario that sees players attempting to escape a prison and, more importantly, stay alive.
If you were hoping that you could grab the free game Ubisoft is handing out over the whole broken Assassin's Creed Unity fiasco, and ride off into the sunset with lollipops and rainbows, think again. There's a pretty heavy price to pay if you opt into taking Ubisoft's free game.
It looks like Assassin's Creed Unity can't catch a break, as even the game's latest patch for the Xbox One doesn't come without its issues. One issue in particular is pretty massive, actually.
Ubisoft has hunkered down in the trenches in the patch wars attempting to fix Assassin's Creed Unity and its plethora of issues. Ubisoft has recently released patch 4 to the public for the broken game.
Assassin's Creed Unity owners have two things to look forward to next week. Ubisoft will be giving them a new patch and - in some cases - a free game.
Mere weeks after Assassin's Creed Unity's bumpy launch, Ubisoft has released another game with major bugs.
Assassin's Creed will be traveling to a brand-new setting and time period in 2015. A new report revealed the first details and screenshots of the game.
You know that old saying, “Never go full CG for a launch trailer”? Well, Ubisoft went full CG for the launch trailer and I must say that The Crew's full CG launch trailer is actually quite well done. The only problem is that it's not really a fair shake of what the game is really like.
Ubisoft has decided on a way to apologize for Assassin's Creed Unity's myriad launch problems. They're giving away free games and DLC to players.