Gods and Monsters
Yes, you read that correctly.
Watch Dogs: Legion, Rainbow Six Siege, and the game formerly known as Gods & Monsters will be there.
I admit I'm going to automatically pronounce it as "Fen-ix," though.
A report highlights why Mike Laidlaw joined and left Ubisoft.
The embattled company is moving ahead with plans for another digital showcase soon.
Yves Guillemot says Ubisoft is "not looking for a quick fix" to its reportedly toxic culture.
After a leak on Google Stadia, we know a bit more about what was formerly called Gods & Monsters.
Legion, Quarantine, Valhalla, Gods, and one unknown.
One of Ubisoft's recent delays has slipped further to 2021, and Beyond Good & Evil 2 looks to be farther out than that.
Laidlaw joined the team in late 2018. Now, he's moving on.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | With The Last of Us Part 2 and Watch Dogs: Legion slipping, the first quarter of 2020 suddenly looks a lot lighter for game releases.
The publisher attributes it to how this year's games panned out.
Here's our guide to Ubisoft's Gods and Monsters, including a release date, all the gameplay trailer footage we've seen, and much more.
All of Ubisoft's announcements from today's show.
It's coming in 2020 to PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Switch.