Hybride strengthens its position on the visual effects market by announcing its partnership with visual effects giant Industrial Light & Magic.
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Ubisoft announces ongoing record sell-through sales for ‘Tom Clancy’s The Division,’ which has grossed more than $330 million worldwide in its first five days.
AWN game expert Spencer Fawcett tries to take back Manhattan in Ubisoft’s brand new third-person shooter game.
As we await 2016’s big game releases, AWN game writer Spencer Fawcett looks back on his favorites of 2015.
Ubisoft’s decision to push next ‘Assassin’s Creed’ release to 2017 may signal needed change in big game franchise planning.
With online-only games rising in popularity, players must be wary of not getting enough value for their money.
Alongside a Vicon system, Frankfurt-based motion capture studio acquires new 68 camera-OptiTrack System.
Mataio Gardi joins the Animatrik team as Executive Producer, bringing his vast video game production knowledge to the growing team.
‘Robot Chicken’ creators Stoopid Buddy Stoodios partners with Ubisoft to create a hybrid stop-motion live-action launch trailer for ‘Toy Soldiers: War Chest.’
Forty-five short film projects in nine categories are selected from a pool of more than 1,000 submissions to the animago AWARD & CONFERENCE running October 15 & 16, 2015.
Blur Studio creates mind-blowing visuals for game trailers for titles including 505 Games’ ‘Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege,’ Ubisoft’s ‘ADR1FT’ and Bethesda Softworks’ ‘Dishonored 2.’
Ubisoft is showcasing new content from three of its highly-anticipated titles and announcing several exciting new games at the 2015 Electronic Entertainment Expo.
Ubisoft taps Puppetworks Studios to create 13 minutes of full CG cutscenes for their new game ‘The Crew.’
New interactive online course brings together students and professional animators from triple-A studios to teach specialized animation techniques for games creation.
New customers include Activision, Microsoft Games Studios, Eidos, Ubisoft, Crytek, DICE and USC School of Cinematic Arts.
Ubisoft and Sony Pictures Entertainment to develop a full-length feature film based on the Rabbids, the irreverent, wacky characters from the popular TV series and video games.