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  1. Ubisoft's Last Boxing Day: Three PC Games and Three DLCs Ubisoft on the last day of its New Year's distribution decided to give out not only the last gift in the form of Anno 1701 for PC, but also all the previous bonuses, namely: Starlink: Battle for Atlas for PC Trials: Rising for PC DLC for Assassin's Creed Valhalla DLC for Watch Dogs: Legion DLC for Hyper Scape. You can get it during the next day until December 20 https://register.ubisoft.com/happyholidays2020-lastchance/en-GB
  2. A hacking team believed to have obtained data from gaming giant Ubisoft has published documents that claim to reveal the costs of implementing Denuvo's anti-piracy protection. While the service doesn't come cheap, the figures suggest that for a big company putting out big titles with the potential for plenty of sales, the anti-tamper technology may represent value for money. Mid-October, news began to surface that the systems of gaming giants Ubisoft and Crytek had fallen victim to a hacker attack. Samples of the companies’ data first appear
  3. 'Rainbow Six Quarantine' has also been delayed, again. Thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, Far Cry 6 will miss its February 18th release date. The news comes courtesy of Ubisoft's latest earnings report, in which the company says it's moving the release of Far Cry 6, as well as Rainbow Six Quarantine, to its fiscal 2021-2022 year. The company's fiscal year begins in April, which puts Far Cry 6's new release date sometime between April 2021 and March 2022. Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot hinted at the possibility
  4. Uplay+ to become Ubisoft+, also heading to Google Stadia and Amazon Luna Uplay+, the PC game subscription program Ubisoft launched last year, is going through a rebranding. Following November 10, the service will become Ubisoft+ and also take initial steps to shed its PC exclusivity. According to Ubisoft, a beta for Amazon Luna will kick off on November 10, and Google Stadia users are slated to gain access before 2021. During the beta period for Luna, only the original $14.99 Ubisoft+ subscription will be required to gain access to the games on the service w
  5. Details about hackers obtained the files remain unclear. Ransomware gang also threatened to leak the source code of Watch Dogs: Legion, an upcoming Ubisoft game. A ransomware gang going by the of Egregor has leaked data it claims to have obtained from the internal networks of two of today's largest gaming companies — Ubisoft and Crytek. Data allegedly taken from each company has been published on the ransomware gang's dark web portal on Tuesday. Details about how the Egregor gang obtained the data remain unclear. Ransomware gangs lik
  6. Due to the tragic fire in France of the famous Notre Dame building. Ubisoft is not only giving 500k euros to the restoration fund but for 1 week only they are giving away free copies for the Uplay platform. These copies have been confirmed to stay in your library after the event. As the smoke clears on the events that unfolded on Monday at the Notre-Dame de Paris, we stand in solidarité with our fellow Parisians and everyone around the world moved by the devastation the fire caused. Notre-Dame is an integral part of Paris, a city to which we are deeply connected. Seeing the monu
  7. Ubisoft’s next open-world game leaks as an unfinished prototype on Stadia Not indicative of final product, but already has serious Breath of the Wild vibes. 30 with 19 posters participating At last year's E3, Ubisoft offered a vague teaser video about a new open-world gaming series: Gods and Monsters. While it was slated to launch earlier this year on various platforms, Ubisoft chose to delay the game, along with many others, to later in 2020. We wondered whether this month's deluge of E3-like streamed videos would include a look at how the game is shaping up.
  8. Ubisoft takes Rainbow Six Siege's top DDoS attackers to court. What you need to know Ubisoft has targeted individuals behind third-party Rainbow Six Siege distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) services in a new lawsuit. The lawsuit claims the subscription services "are continuing to cause, serious and irreparable harm to Ubisoft," amid ongoing efforts to tackle cheaters in the tactical shooter. It follows a prior initiative from Ubisoft, outlining gameplay, technical, and legal action, resulting in a 93 percent drop in DDoS
  9. Ubisoft will join the Blender Foundation’s Development Fund as a corporate Gold member. Not only will Ubisoft help funding online support for Blender developers, Ubisoft Animation Studio – a department of Ubisoft Film and Television – will also use Blender for their productions and assign developers to contribute to Blender’s open source projects. Ubisoft is a leading creator, publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment and services, with a rich portfolio of world-renowned brands, including Assassin’s Creed, Just Dance, Watch Dogs, Tom Clancy’s
  10. Several Ubisoft titles soon landing on Google Stadia Several Ubisoft titles are coming soon to Google’s Stadia gaming platform. The titles include Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, The Crew 2, and Monopoly. Interestingly, Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 will be the first title to feature both cross-play and cross-progression enabling PC players to link their Uplay account to a Stadia account in order to continue playing where they left off. Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is also a notable release due to its inclusion of Stream Connect, a feature that allows y
  11. Ubisoft will be sticking with Nvidia GeForce Now as publishers abandon service Publisher throws cloud gaming service a much-needed lifeline (Image credit: Nvidia) Ubisoft has thrown its weight behind Nvidia by pledging to “fully support” the company’s beleaguered GeForce Now cloud gaming service. It’s been a rough couple of weeks for Nvidia. Since GeForce Now left its beta period just a few weeks ago, dozens of games have been removed from its catalogue from a number of high-profile publishers. These include 2K, Activisi
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