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Ubisoft Forward - Sam Fisher and Rainbow Six: Siege arrive on Next-Gen consoles

Rainbow Six: Seige continues to be the goose that lays golden eggs for Ubisoft and during the latest Ubisoft Forward, the team behind the competitive shooter revealed more details about the new season: Operation Shadow Legacy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_dBQDvS4SM The new battle pass ...

Ubisoft, the company aims to diversify its games

Ubisoft, the French giant currently known for the Ghost Recon, Rainbow Six and Assassin's Creed sagas, is looking to diversify its games. Ubisoft is known for solidifying its development efforts ...
Rainbow Six Quarantine

Rainbow Six Quarantine should be released before April 2020

Rainbow Six Quarantine, the next co-op chapter in the Rainbow Six franchise, is expected to hit shelves before the end of the fiscal year, according to Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot. That would mean a date of ...
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[E3 Ubisoft] New trailer for Rainbow Six: Operation Phantom Sight

During the Ubisoft E3 conference, a trailer was shown for Clutch Royale, the event that will arrive on Rainbow Six along with the new season Operation Phantom Sight, arriving tomorrow 11 June. Find the trailer ...
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Rumor - Ubisoft will announce Rainbow Six Quarantine at E3

Ubisoft, according to some rumors, will announce a new game at E3 called Rainbow Six Quarantine. Industry insider Nibel tweeted the very name of the game and describes it as a PVE co-op shooter. Plus the game ...

Resident Evil Village: the game map will be divided into four ...

In the past few hours, IGN has revealed for the first time what will be the map of the areas present in Resident Evil Village. Despite the previous ...

Sony wants to expand into the mobile market, opened a new division

The mobile gaming market is increasingly expanding and now has a turnover higher than that of consoles and ...

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