The lights are on
Amidst the madness of Gamescom 2013, we had a moment to catch our breath and sit down with Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot. In the video interview, we speak about his company's publishing strategy, how long he expects Ubisoft to support the current generation of consoles, ever-increasing development budgets, and next-gen console launch supply. We also narrow down the possible business models for the company's upcoming persistent world shooter, Tom Clancy's The Division. Be sure to read our coverage of Ubisoft's recent financial performance and our conversation with Guillemot from E3 2013.
Watch the video interview below and let us know what you'd like to see from the future of Ubisoft in the comments below.
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Nice interview, thanks. :)
Good to see they have some tricks up their sleeves, but it'd be nice to see another Rainbow Six game finally...
mike futter isn't asking the questions that i wanted to hear yves answer...time to e-mail gameinformer....
Interesting. I didn't realize that The Division was even being considered for F2P.
Great interview and so far Ubisoft has had a great year and they still have their two biggest games ACIV and Watchdogs left.
Better support current gen cause seriously next gen is just an update not a big deal. Ppl who got money to get next gen they get it ppl who don't they put next gen on wait list and enjoy their current consoles couldn't be more simple.
I hope for two things from Ubisoft getting rid of Uplay(for PC) and doing a better job with your PC releases.(because it terrible at this point)
Where is Beyond Good & Evil 2 b*tches?!?!?
I dig Yves Guillemot. Nothing is better than the founder being so involved. He's passionate and truly wants Ubisoft products to strive to be the best they can be.