In recent years, Ubisoft has achieved a lot of success, new and old titles have achieved formidable achievements. This not only makes Ubisoft “bright face” but also confirms the increasingly high position of this game company in the hearts of gamers. Some typical games can be mentioned such as Prince of Persia and Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell, although there have been a lot of media rumors about these two games over the years, unfortunately, not a single rumor is true.
Recently, Mr. Serge Hascoet – CEO of Ubisoft received an interview with Game Informer, he said:
It is not difficult to think that although Ubisoft is a large company with many subsidiaries, the company’s human resources are not very abundant, each subsidiary is responsible for a different field, each subsidiary responsible for the development of two titles Prince of Persia and Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell now also have a new category to develop.
So the bad news is, wanting to continue developing the two games mentioned above is indeed a difficult thing, this is not a decision that can be made in half a note. However, there is also good news that Ubisoft has never abandoned these games before, taking Beyond Good and Evil 2 as a typical example, perhaps it is necessary to wait for some time to meet the development path. appropriate, we will be able to meet these two classic games again.
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