While the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One’s first roster of sports games don’t make a huge graphical leap, developers are working on the details to set their games apart.
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Ubisoft dropped its sales expectations by $540 million for its fiscal year. Investors are not very happy about that.
Ubisoft will now release the next-gen driving game in the summer of 2014.
The Crew is a huge world with 5,000 miles of road in four major cities or regions.
The publisher has built itself around multistudio collaboration so it can release open-world games on a regular basis.
Ubisoft’s year-over-year comparison is down 42 percent, but it doesn’t hurt its guidance for the full fiscal year.
This year’s E3 featured a multitude of titles with nonlinear gameplay in sprawling environments. Here are pretty much all of them.
Yves Guillemot says common engines, new IP, and innovation in gameplay will drive next-generation growth.
Ubisoft has a new IP for next-gen systems, and it’s about racing.