Ubisoft is one of the biggest game developers. Famous for games like Assassin’s CreedJust Dance and rainbow sixIt’s no surprise that the developer also benefits from huge third-party IPs, is it?
Names like Avatar — no, not the last air Master – and Star Wars are two of the biggest movie franchises. Avatar is one of the best-selling movies of all time, and Star Wars is one of the most notable film franchises.
So what could be wrong with Ubisoft and these games?
Ubisoft CEO resigns
Some fans fear for the next Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, as well as the next unnamed Star Wars games. Both are developed by Ubisoft Massive and their CEO just resigned, according to an interview with the Hitpoints newsletter.
Director David Polfeldt went on sabbatical last year, but it’s now been confirmed he won’t be returning to Ubisoft Massive soon. So what does this mean for anyone who wants to play these games?
Will this have an effect on the Avatar and Star Wars games?
Since Ubisoft Massive is working on the unnamed Star Wars game as well as Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, some fans are worried that the games won’t be made. or delayed in their development.
With such a sudden departure of a key person at Ubisoft Massive, it could delay the games, while Ubisoft finds a replacement, but Ubisoft isn’t an indie development company, but a huge corporation, so they’ll likely have someone to fill the job soon.
Sure, the development of the games might take a little longer, but that’s just a simple setback that won’t derail these massive projects. Star Wars and Avatar are such huge intellectual properties that there is a lot of money involved in the projectsso Ubisoft will not be too blocked by this news.
So while we wait for news to come out on Avatar and Star Wars games, let’s relax and play. Assassin’s Creedlook mysteries and maybe read on our favorite streamer – Amouranth.