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Report claims Facebook signed an exclusive deal to bring ‘Splinter Cell’ and ‘Assassin’s Creed’ to Oculus VR

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Gaming is an arena Facebook hasn’t fully explored yet. It could probably be seen as a less problematic area for the company to focus on. And according to a new report from The Information, we might be seeing them make moves now. Facebook has reportedly signed an exclusive deal with Ubisoft to bring Splinter Cell and Assassin’s Creed to its Oculus virtual reality headsets. If true, this won’t be the first time Ubisoft has made VR games. The company has even released Oculus Rift launch exclusive titles like Eagle Flight and Star Trek: Bridge Crew. The developer has also released Assassin’s Creed-based VR escape rooms, but it hasn’t done it for home VR headsets yet. Oculus is known for having exclusive games on its platform, so this isn’t a particularly surprising move if it’s true.

One way Facebook is reportedly making its move in the gaming space is by naming former Oculus Content Vice President Jason Rubin as head of “special gaming initiatives.” And the company has its sights on acquiring studios and backing more exclusive games. But the report didn’t specify if Facebook had any studios or games in mind.

Source: The Verge


Ubisoft releases preview of new roller derby game, ‘Roller Champions’

One of Ubisoft’s new announcements at E3 2019 is a new roller derby game called Roller Champions. And there’s a PC-only pre-alpha preview that’s playable until June 14th. The game will launch in early 2020 on a free-to-play model. The developers describe the game as a team-based, player-versus-player sports game where the players need to work their way up from street derby leagues to championships. The pre-alpha version of the game features two arenas and six playable characters that will be grouped in teams of three.

Source: The Verge


Ubisoft teases ‘Rainbow Six Quarantine’

Ubisoft has a new Rainbow Six game called Rainbow Six Quarantine. It’s a co-op PvE spinoff to Rainbow Six Siege. Lead game designer Bio Jade calls it “a squad-based tactical shooter for three players at a time.” You will see some familiar characters in the game, but you can consider Rainbow Six Quarantine as a jumping-on point for new players. PCGamer thinks the idea behind the game is taken from the popular Outbreak mode in Siege’s Year 3.

The game is being developed by a new team inside Ubisoft Montreal, who are the developers of Rainbow Six Siege. You don’t get to see gameplay in the teaser above, but the developers have high hopes for Quarantine. “What Siege is to the PvP shooter genre, we will be to PvE co-op,” it said. The game is coming out in early 2020, but you can sign up to receive updates and possibly play an early beta here.

Source: Variety


Ubisoft will hold special livestream for ‘Beyond Good and Evil 2’

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While we won’t get to hear about Beyond Good and Evil 2 at E3 this year, game developer Ubisoft will be holding a livestream for the game. You can tune in on June 5th at 12 PM ET/9AM PT. This livestream is part of a series of livestreams the company calls Space Monkey Report. Details about the upcoming game have been sparse, but hopefully, we get some juicy updates from this stream. There won’t be new gameplay footage, though, but Ubisoft said they would share that “when the time is right.” This follow-up to the sequel of Beyond Good and Evil has been at least 15 years in the making, so our hopes are high for this one.

Source: Engadget