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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. Nibel, an industry insider, tweeted the name of the game and described it as a co-op PVE shooter. Also the game ...

Ubisoft, spotted a game pass along the lines of Origin Access

On the Ubisoft website, a placeholder appeared concerning an Origin Access-style subscription service, the game pass from Electronic Arts.

The Division 2, Ubisoft could reduce the difficulty of the last raid

Raids are the greatest possible challenge in a team shooter. They require coordination, concentration and great communication skills among the various team members. The latest raid entered in The Division 2 ...

Far Cry 5 is the most sold Ubisoft game of this generation

In the past few hours Ubisoft has published the financial results of this last fiscal year, in which Far Cry 5 stands out, which has officially become the most sold title by the company in this generation of consoles.

Free is nice - Steep

Like a bolt from the blue the new appointment arrives with Gratis è bello, this time with Steep. Steep is an open world game, released in 2016 (and we talked about it in this article as well), which ...

Skull and Bones has been officially postponed by Ubisoft

By now the E3 2019 is getting closer, and in the past few hours Ubisoft has announced that Skull and Bones will not be present at the conference in Los Angeles, since it is the game it was officially ...
ghost recon breakpoint

Ghost Recon Breakpoint - Revealed gameplay and release date

Ubisoft's latest livestream has provided us with the very first details about Ghost Recon Breakpoint. Release date first of course. Arousing for this last motivation, even more the interest in the fans. Tom Clancy's Ghost ...
Child Of Light

Child Of Light - Ubisoft has no plans for a sequel

Child Of Light, the platform game that has proved to be a pearl for many players, unfortunately it will not have the sequel it deserves. Who remembers the words of Patrick Plourde, the creative director of the game, maybe ...

Rare - the logo is nothing but a gold roll

Despite being purchased in the far 2002 by Microsoft, Rare remains one of the most important and loved developers in the Nintendo scene to date ...

Bernie Sanders has opened a channel on Twitch

Ah, but it's not Lercio. Once again, reality succeeds in overcoming all kinds of expectations. Bernie Sanders, US Senator and ...

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