Posts tagged with ‘Ubisoft’
A little over a year ago we got wind of Cloudberry Kingdom. It was successfully Kickstarted (Most likely because of our fantastic review) and then kinda disappeared. Well I just got a fantastic email containing awesome information!
Pwnee, the team behind the game, are going to E3 this year to display and answer questions about Cloudberry Kingdom. And get this, Ubisoft will be publishing them! So watch the video and get excited for the summer release!
Rayman: Legends No Longer Wii U Exclusive, But Delayed
Ubisoft have confirmed that the former Wii U game will also head to XBox 360 and PS3 later this year. Although, due to the new development proceedings now, the game will be delayed on the Wii U in order to release it at the same time for all three consoles.
Rayman: Legends was slated for a February release, but that window now rests in September. Fear not, gamers, because Ubisoft’s public relations specialist Sarah Irvin confirms there’s not development issues at all- the date is only pushed back to release it at the same time.
At least now the love is being spread!
THQ assets divided
THQ is no more now. After a 22 hour auction, this is how their studios are being divided.
- Sega agreed to buy Relic Games (Warhammer 40k and Company of Heroes)
- Koch Media (Deep Silver) bought Developer Volition (Saint’s Row and Red Faction) along with the licence to Metro
- Crytek is purchasing Homefront
- Take 2 is buying Evolve
- and Ubisoft is to purchase Montreal and the South Park game
First Batch Of Assassin’s Creed III DLC Available For Season Pass Owners
If you have the Season Pass for AC3, you can get the Hidden Secrets pack right now! It includes The Lost Mayan Ruins, The Ghost of War, and A Dangerous Secret. Altogether, you get another hour or so of content on top of your regular experience. You’ll also get two extra single player costumes and two extra multiplayer costumes!
This DLC will be available for non-Season Pass owners on the 11th.
Next Assassin’s Creed III Patch Has Over 100 Debugs
AC3 has been known to be a bit buggy, so Ubisoft went ahead and took care of more than 100 of those problems for you. For a full list of the debugs, take a look at their forums here.
Most of these are minor but not game-breaking glitches, so hopefully these will smooth over the experience for users.