• Ubisoft Says Assassin's Creed Infinity Won't Be Free to Play, Valhalla Is Its ‘Second Largest Profit Generating Game'

    2 monthes ago - By PlayStation LifeStyle

    Following the publication of its financial results yesterday, Ubisoft told investors that the upcoming Assassin's Creed Infinity won't adapt a free-to-play model.
    Ubisoft hasn't said much about Infinity beyond the confirmation of its existence, which was spurred by a Bloomberg report that claimed Infinity will be an evolving online platform with multiple settings. According to Ubisoft's chief executive officer Yves Guillemot, Infinity will have “a lot of narrative elements.”
    “It's not going to be free to play and this game will have a lot of narrative elements in it,” Guillemot said...
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  • Assassin's Creed Infinity won't be free-to-play, still very early in development

    Assassin's Creed Infinity won't be free-to-play, still very early in development

    2 monthes ago - By VG 247

    Assassin's Creed Infinty - an evolving online platform that encompasses multiple historical settings - announced by Ubisoft back in July - won't be a free-to-play game, despite its target of being a live service title. During Ubisoft's Q2 earnings call , it was revealed that the experimental take on the long-running series will be a paid title after all. “It's not going to be free-to-play and this game will have a lot of narrative elements in it,” noted Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot during the call. “It's going to be a very innovative game but it will have what players already have in all the...
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  • Ubisoft takes aim at blockchain games to 'enable more play-to-earn' opportunities

    Ubisoft takes aim at blockchain games to 'enable more play-to-earn' opportunities

    2 monthes ago - By VG 247

    Just when you thought the publisher might be getting ready to win back some player sentiment, Ubisoft has revealed a little bit about its future plans to start making games revolving around blockchain technologies like cryptocurrency and NFTs. During the company's Q2 earnings call, Ubisoft announced that it is both a founding member of the Blockchain Game Alliance and has helped fund blockchain-focused developer Animoca Brands - a company that calls itself "the global leader in branded blockchain gaming." As per IGN , Animoca's current projects include Revv Motorsport, Revv Racing, and...
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