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Ubisoft CEO Announces Exciting Future for Assassin's Creed with Upcoming Remakes

Ubisoft CEO Announces Exciting Future for Assassin's Creed with Upcoming Remakes Ubis...

Ubisoft CEO Announces Exciting Future for Assassin's Creed with Upcoming Remakes

Ubisoft CEO Announces Exciting Future for Assassin's Creed with Upcoming Remakes
Ubisoft CEO Announces Exciting Future for Assassin's Creed with Upcoming Remakes

Ubisoft CEO Announces Exciting Future for Assassin's Creed with Upcoming Remakes

Assassin's Creed Remake

During a discussion session following the Ubisoft Forward event, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot confirmed that more remakes of the Assassin's Creed series are coming in the future.

Future Remakes of Assassin's Creed Series Parts Coming!

After the highly praised Ubisoft Forward event, the company's management sat down with the founder and CEO to discuss the future of the Assassin's Creed series and the continuous development of games in the industry.

The results of the discussion session between the management and the CEO were published on Ubisoft's website in a Q&A format. Below, we present the CEO's answers and the key points from the session:

  • The company focuses on open-world action and adventure genres, and this will remain the cornerstone of any project or idea Ubisoft presents.
  • Ubisoft has updated its Snowdrop and Anvil engines to suit the action, adventure, and open-world genres.
  • Ubisoft is implementing technology to make weather in its games affect gameplay.
  • Yves believes that AC Shadows will attract new players to the series due to its setting.
  • Yves also confirmed that many remakes of the early series parts are coming to current-gen consoles.
  • The AC series will expand to include many other civilizations with unique and creative ideas.
  • From now on, the company's goal is to get closer to the players by listening more to their demands.
  • The company is most concerned with new technology and is currently worried about cyber-attacks that result in project leaks and confidential information.

What do you think of the results of this discussion session on the future of the AC series?