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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Thats not a bad looking game studieo
Does anyone else think the sketch picture looks like a paper factory?
I would love to take a tour of a few different studios. Ubisoft is one of those studios!
That's a pretty cool video. I would like to see more studio tours in the future.
I love these videos.
Gaaa!!!!, video games companys look like the best places to ever get a job. One day I will be at a place like that. I promise
That was a really cool tour, and the look of the place is really nice as well.
Will this be one of the available Multiplayer maps for Patriots???
If you guys will release a map editor this time, someone will be sure to create it. :)
Cool video, it must be amazing to work there :)
nice little behind-the-scenes jobbie. cheers.
Holy *** I'd love to work there. Pretty much everyone I've run into who does or has worked there, said it's a pretty great place to work. Sure it's not fancy like EALA but it's not a tightly wound & overly stressful environment like a lot of other studios.
Bungie has a rock climbing wall inside their studio. i think they win for most fun place to work
That is a nice place!
Seeing the place where games like assassins creed, rainbow 6, and tons of other awesome games came out of is awesome
oh my god. its about 2 hours from where I live. I should have learn the right things in school when I was young :( but when I was young, there was no ubisoft montréal and I was far from guessing my country would have the best developers in videogames :S Go Québec!! Go Québec! :)