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Ubisoft Forward - Watch Dogs Legion release date announced

The Ubisoft Forward conference has just begun, but has already pulled out its first bomb regarding Watch Dogs Legion. The title presented itself with a new trailer and a release date: 29 ...

Watch Dogs: Legion, a leak reveals new playable characters

Watch Dogs: Legion seemed to have disappeared from circulation, at least until today. Here are new images depicting some of the playable characters. The images most likely come from the material that will be shown in a few days during ...
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CD Projekt Red is the "largest" software house in Europe: Ubisoft is also outdated

According to the latest financial data, CD Projekt Red has surpassed Ubisoft in terms of corporate value, becoming the largest software house in Europe.
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Ubisoft, the company aims to diversify its games

Ubisoft, the French giant currently known for the Ghost Recon, Rainbow Six and Assassin's Creed sagas, is looking to diversify its games. Ubisoft is known for having consolidated its work in the development ...
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Ubisoft has returned Watch Dogs Legion, Gods & Monsters and Rainbow 6 Quarantine

Apparently, today is a pretty bad day. Following the announcement of The Last of Us: Part 2 postponement, Ubisoft announced delays for Watch Dogs Legion, Gods & Monsters and Rainbow 6 ...
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[gamescom 2019] Watch Dogs: Legion - Tested

Watch Dogs: Legion is set in London, in a dystopian future not too far from ours, where an authoritarian government has taken control of the nation and exercises its power with a handful of ...

Watch Dogs Legion returns to show off with a new gameplay trailer

Ubisoft has recently released a new gameplay trailer for the highly anticipated Watch Dogs Legion, announcing that the game as well as arriving on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, will also land on Google Stadia ...

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time, a new brand appears ...

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time, a masterpiece released in 1998 on Nintendo 64, could soon return to the scene thanks to a new brand ...

Apex Legends, Rampart enters the roster

As the fifth season draws to a close, Respawn presents with a trailer the imminent arrival of Season 6 of Apex Legends, entitled Boosted ("Maximum ...

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