Company: Ubisoft Montreal
A brutal reign of terror that shocks London and threatens the very existence of the Brotherhood of Assassins.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege puts players in the middle of lethal close-quarters confrontations
Join Duleep Singh in his fight to reclaim his birthright as the Maharaja.
For Honor is a non-fantasy hack and slash video game set during the medieval period.
Currently in its fourth year and gearing up for the Operation Ember Rise update, Rainbow Six Siege reaches 50 million players.
Ubisoft continue their 30th anniversary celebrations on uPlay. This time the publisher is giving away the 2002 classic, Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell. Ubisoft’s promotion started last month when they promised to give one free game away each month until December. Last month the game was Prince of Persia: Sands of Time.
Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell marked the beginning of a somewhat ‘rivalry’ between Hideo Kojima’s Metal Gear Solid games. The only real comparison between the two series is that the Splinter Cell games used to be heavily focused on the stealth aspect, though that hasn’t been the case for some time now.
You’d think after the wholeyesterday on IGN, things couldn’t get any worse for Ubisoft, surely? It turns out they can! This time, Ubisoft have the advertisements on Twitch to thanks, as those adverts leaked both the trailer and release date of Watch Dogs 2.
Ubisoft were originally planning on revealing the game with a livestream today at 6pm (5pm UK time), but it seems website advertisements may have ruined that intention. Of course, these advertisements didn’t give away too much from the game, there’s still plenty to see from Watch Dogs 2.