Ubisoft: Next Far Cry and Assassins Creed farther away as planned
The French game developer Ubisoft could be taken over in the future of equity capital companies. The so-called private equity companies have already thrown an eye on Ubisoft, as we had already reported.
Kotaku also reported about it and also wants to learn from three different sources that the publication of new parts of the Spielerehen Far Cry, Assassin’s Creed and Ghost Recon is much further than you have planned that at Ubisoft.
When addressed the rumor, a native of Ubisoft issued the following statement over Kotaku:
“We do not comment on rumors or speculation. Ubisoft has unsurpassed creative and production capacities with more than 20,000 talented employees who work in our worldwide studios in the development of games. Thanks to them and our long-term approach and our willingness to respond to creative risks, we have built up some of the strongest brands in the industry and have many promising new brands and projects on the horizon. We also have one of the most extensive and diversified portfolios of the industry, state-of-the-art services and technologies as well as a large and growing community of committed players. We are ideally positioned to benefit from the rapid growth of the industry and the opportunities now. “
It remains exciting whether Ubisoft is actually taken over by private equity companies and what this could mean for the future plans of some game things from Ubisoft.