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  • Blog Post: Ubisoft Creative Director Leaves For Warner Bros. Games Montreal

    Patrick Redding, the former game director of Splinter Cell: Blacklist (shown), has left Ubisoft Toronto for Warner Bros. Games' Montreal studio. Redding will be the creative director at the Warner Bros. studio behind Batman: Arkham Origins on an unannounced project. According to Redding's Linkedin... More
  • Blog Post: Splinter Cell: Blacklist Homeland DLC Arrives

    Splinter Cell: Blacklist has been out for a few weeks now, and the game has received largely positive marks from the critics. If you’ve already slipped through all the shadows you can find in the base game, Ubisoft has you covered with the new Homeland DLC, which releases today. Two new cooperative... More
  • Blog Post: Jade Raymond Wants More User-Created Content In Triple-A Games

    Ubisoft Toronto’s managing director sees a different future for triple-A titles, and it's one that moves away from action-heavy titles currently churned out year after year. Jade Raymond, who worked as a producer on the Assassin’s Creed series, doesn’t think games need to become... More
  • Blog Post: Avengers: Battle For Earth On Wii U & Kinect

    Ubisoft and Marvel are teaming up for an Avengers battle against the Skrull, but it's not based on the hit film. The Washington Post has details of the game, which is based on the Secret Invasion storyline, and features 20 characters from the Marvel universe. This confirms an earlier rumor of a Ubisoft... More
  • Blog Post: Ubisoft's Jade Raymond Explains How To Create Blockbuster IP

    As head of Ubisoft's new Toronto studio and producer of Assassin's Creed, Jade Raymond certainly has been keeping busy. She took the stage at D.I.C.E. in Las Vegas to talk about how she got into the industry and gave a few pointers on how the team assembled one of the fastest selling new IP's... More
  • Blog Post: Ubisoft’s New Toronto Office Taking On Next Splinter Cell

    Gamasutra has posted a profile of Ubisoft’s latest studio, Ubisoft Toronto, and it’s a great read for anyone interested in the company’s games or just game development in general. Ubisoft announced the formation of the studio about a year ago, but the company hasn’t divulged much... More
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