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Ubisoft is giving away its 2016 blockbuster game Tom Clancy’s The Division from now until 10am on Sept 8 via its UPlay digital distribution service.
Video game publisher Ubisoft Entertainment SA will remove a controversial scene from its latest mobile game that appeared to link Black Lives Matter imagery to a terrorist group, according to an internal message reviewed by Bloomberg News.
While the developer Game Science has yet to announce a release date, it is expected the game will join a list of Chinese titles to appear on the next generation of consoles. Within a day of being uploaded, the game’s 13-minute demo video recorded 10 million views on Chinese video site Bilibili and nearly two million on YouTube.
Disentangling the Chinese and US gaming markets, the world’s two largest, would be massively difficult, experts said.
After Jack Ryan on Amazon Prime Video, another of the Tom Clancy stories has tempted a leading streaming platform. Netflix has teamed up with Ubisoft to adapt the hit Splinter Cell series, Variety reveals.
A new generation of consoles is being released with the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X hitting the market, and they'll bring many top-class games with them. Here's a sample of what to expect.
Samurai action adventure Ghost Of Tsushima gallops past Horizon Zero Dawn.
Gaming giants including Tencent, Blizzard, Ubisoft and Epic Games will join ChinaJoy in Shanghai next week while Sony and Microsoft tap out. While Covid-19 has dealt a blow to ChinaJoy in terms of attendance, this year has actually been a boom year for video games.
Ubisoft confirms it would maintain the US$60 (RM255) price tag for its upcoming games in fall, though it stayed silent on whether later next-gen games would.
Ubisoft Entertainment SA, the French video-gamemaker, laid out several steps it’s taking to address a sexual-harassment controversy at the company.