Ubisoft Singapore, a studio that help develop some of Ubisoft biggest titles in recent years, is now leading development on a new AAA project for consoles and PC.

Speaking at GDC earlier this month, managing director at Ubisoft Singapore Olivier de Rotalier talked about the studio and the future of Ubisoft in the Southeast Asia territories. “We’ve been very happy to be involved in many titles,” he said. “We’ve built two main expertise in Singapore: one in AAA games, the other in PC online with Ghost Recon: Phantoms.

“We’ve built 10 AAA games in seven years, and now our studio is leading one of the biggest Ubisoft projects on console and PC.”

We still don’t know if this project is part of any existing franchise or something completely new. We’re also not really sure what this project even is, since de Rotalier did not provide any information regarding it. We only know it’s a thing.

Ubisoft Singapore is mostly known for the aforementioned PC online game Ghost Recon: Phantoms, but it is also the studio behind the naval gameplay in Assassin’s Creed 3, a feature that later become a big part of Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag and Assassin’s Creed Rogue.

Through Gamespot.


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