Phil Smith

Ghost Recon Wildlands

Ghost Recon Wildlands Title Update 3 and Live Season Challenges

Ghost Recon Wildlands Title Update 3 is now live for console players, and will arrive tomorrow morning for those on PC. This update focuses on improvements on game stability and bug fixing, but the development team have also been busy gathering player feedback about certain issues and implementing changes in order to improve the user … Continued


V-BWAHH! – Virtual Rabbids comes to Daydream VR this Spring

Yes, the Rabbids are coming to VR this Spring in “Virtual Rabbids”, an exclusive experience for Google’s Daydream VR platform. Rogue Rabbids have stolen and scrambled a top secret nuclear password – and a secret government agency need you to recover the digits. Here’s the announcement trailer. Keep scrolling for more details and the first … Continued

The Division

Richard Blenkinsop Heads Up Reflections and New Leamington Studio

There’s a new sheriff in town at Ubisoft Reflections. At the back end of last year, after four years in charge, much-loved (and slightly eccentric) Managing Director Pauline Langourieux chose to follow her heart into a more hands-on production position within the studio. Pauline has a long and storied history in production at Ubisoft, stretching … Continued


Download Assassin’s Creed III on PC for Free

As part of Ubisoft’s 30th Birthday celebrations, PC gamers can download Assassin’s Creed III for free from Ubisoft Club from now until January 4, 2017. Assassin’s Creed III not only introduced the world to Connor Kenway (or Ratonhnhaké:ton to give him his Mohawk name,) but also his dad who was arguably one of the best … Continued


Future Games of London, Home of the Hungry Shark

We all know the games industry moves fast, but it’s still amazing to think that – just 10 years ago – it was almost impossible for a developer to get their game in front of a large audience without total reliance on (and possible interference from) publishers and retailers. Back in 2008, Apple launched the … Continued