The lights are on
We saw a lot of Rainbow 6 Patriots while we were visiting Ubisoft's Montreal offices, but that wasn't all we got to check out. During our trip, we also received a nice tour of the studio's downtown digs. Check out our exclusive video tour to see where all the magic happens.
Ubisoft moved into the building nearly 15 years ago, employing about 500 people. Now the former textile factory is home to about 2,100 employees, including the teams behind games as varied as Assassin's Creed, Rainbow Six, and Just Dance. Cedric Orvoine, Ubisoft Montreal's director of communications, took us on a guided tour of the facilities, which you can see below. Enjoy!
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Looks like a pretty awesome place to work; I kept thinking classy through that whole video.
It's definitely snazzy, but I think the atmosphere in some of the other studios you've done tours of is a lot better. Maybe it's just because they're not used to being filmed. Regardless, great work as always.
It looks really good, and it is bigger than I thought. It would be a nice place to work.
thats what Ubisoft's building looks like? i thought it would look more...shinier
That's very cool. I love what Ubisoft has put out in the past years! Can't wait for Rainbow Six: Patriots!
I've got to admit, I really like that office
Nice! I'd love to work for ubisoft! But I can't cause I fail. haha
Rooftop patio? That's nice.
I want a job making video games :(
I love what the Ubisoft's building looks like ! That's a great place to work !
This would be a awesome place to work.
Wish I worked there...