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Rumour: Assassin's Creed Taking A Gap Year? 2016 Version Cancelled?

Assassin's Creed Taking A Gap Year? 2016 Version Cancelled?

A break in the continuum

As we all know, Assassin's Creed has been an annual franchise since 2010 and we have come to expect a new game to be released every year. That might change this year however, as the 2016 installment is rumored to have been cancelled, with the next title being released in 2017. According to Autoomoblie, a Ubisoft developer...

News: EA Ready To Make An Assassin's Creed-Style Open-World Game

EA Ready To Make An Assassin's Creed-Style Open-World Game

From battlefields to open-worlds

Electronic Arts are best known for their catalogue of yearly sports titles and popular shooters, but that is set to change as they plan on having a go at the open-world adventure genre with the help of former Assassin's Creed producer and series co-creator, Jade Raymond. Announced at the UBS Global Technology...

News: Rainbow Six: Siege Will Not Feature a Campaign Mode

Rainbow Six: Siege Will Not Feature a Campaign Mode

Go TerrorHunt or Go Home

It has been revealed that upcoming Ubisoft shooter Rainbow Six: Siege will not feature a single-player campaign, instead inviting solo players to hunt down AI enemies alone across the game's core maps in TerrorHunt mode which will support 1-5 players. Speaking to WhatCulture, Rainbow Six: Siege's art director Scott Mitchell...

Feature: Ghost Recon - Remembering The Past, Preparing For The Future

Ghost Recon - Remembering The Past, Preparing For The Future

Andrew Stevens reflects on the Tom Clancy series

With the announcement of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands putting one of the industry's biggest names in tactical shooters back in the spotlight, our very own Andrew Stevens has decided to reflect on his time spent with the series over the years. Ready up, soldier – you've got reading to do. It...

E3 2015: Trackmania Turbo Races To Xbox One This December

Trackmania Turbo Races To Xbox One This December

Unlimited Tracks!

Ubisoft announced during its E3 Conference that Trackmania Turbo will be making its way to Xbox One on December 1st (US), November 27th (UK) of this year. Trackmania Turbo brings gameplay that allows gamers to create their own limits and challenges while performing a perfect run on over 200 tracks in the game's campaign mode...

E3 2015: Ghost Recon Wildlands Announced, First Open-World Game in the Series

Ghost Recon Wildlands Announced, First Open-World Game in the Series

Enter the Wildlands!

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege is coming this fall. Tom Clancy's The Division is coming in early 2016. That's great and will keep most of us busy for a long time. However, the big reveal at the end of the show shared that the greatness doesn't stop with those two titles, as Ubisoft released a trailer for a new Ghost Recon game...

E3 2015: Rainbow Six Siege Comes with Free Copy of Vegas and Vegas 2

Rainbow Six Siege Comes with Free Copy of Vegas and Vegas 2

Three Times Six!

During Microsoft's E3 Conference today, it was announced that Xbox One will be getting backwards compatibility support for Xbox 360 titles. This will allow owners of Rainbow Six Vegas and Rainbow Six Vegas 2 to be able to play them on the Xbox One console. However, for those who have never played them or no longer own them, they...

News: Rainbow Six Siege Gets Official Release Date

Rainbow Six Siege Gets Official Release Date

Which Operator Will You Choose on October 13th?

Ubisoft released a new short trailer today for its upcoming tactical and team-based multiplayer shooter, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege, announcing that it will arrive on Xbox One this October 13th. The video simply promotes the twenty different operators and asks the question of which operator will...

News: Rainbow Six Siege Brings in Experts from Around the World

Rainbow Six Siege Brings in Experts from Around the World

Smooth Operator

Ubisoft has revealed a new “Operator" class system for the upcoming tactical shooter, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege. Operators are the best of the best from the world's top Special Forces units, and each operator brings forth a unique skill and ability that can strategically affect the outcome of each game. Rather than selecting...

News: Fault One Zero DLC Pack Is Now Available for Trials Fusion

Fault One Zero DLC Pack Is Now Available for Trials Fusion

Plus, Ubisoft announces some impressive sales numbers

Great news Trials fans: Trial Fusion's fifth piece of DLC, Fault One Zero, is now available for download on Xbox One and Xbox 360. In Fault One Zero it's said that players can "explore the futuristic city of Megalopolis where man and machine are only distinguishable by their medical records."...

News: Ubisoft Asks Gamers What They Like To See Next From Far Cry

Ubisoft Asks Gamers What They Like To See Next From Far Cry

Confusingly, there are more options than "Blood Dragon 2"

Ubisoft have sent out a questionnaire in the last week or so to select players of Far Cry 4, to ask them what they'd like to see next from the series. They probably asked for the recipients to keep it a bit quiet, but regardless, three people decided to send the questionnaire to Eurogamer,...

News: Far Cry 4 Recieves Another Patch On Xbox One

Far Cry 4 Recieves Another Patch On Xbox One

If it ain't broke, yada yada, but if it is?

Ubisoft has released a second patch for it's dictator-defying, off the wall, open-world first person shooter Far Cry 4 today. The patch furthers earlier stability fixes across the board with the game, the most notable of which are are as follows. Fixed custom match stability issues Fixed progression page...

News: Ubisoft Apologises For Assassin's Creed Unity Bugs, Offers Compensation

Ubisoft Apologises For Assassin's Creed Unity Bugs, Offers Compensation

Taking responsibilty

It's no secret that Assassin's Creed Unity released with more than it's fair share of bugs. We confirmed as much in our review. Despite being relatively quiet about the situation - barring a couple of patches - Ubisoft have sent out emails to users that addresses the issues. Written by Ubisoft Montreal and Toronto CEO Yannis...

Review: Assassin's Creed Rogue (Xbox 360)

Assassin's Creed Rogue (Xbox 360)

A cold, hard, cash grab?

Given most of Ubisoft's marketing budget went on Assassin's Creed Unity this year, you'd be forgiven if you thought Assassin's Creed Rogue was a cash grab or an afterthought when it was announced in early August. Though the latter may feel slightly true given some of the games presentation decisions, Rogue is able to bring a...