During this “tough” economy, one we’re all soldiering through together, a threesome shines above the rest.
Knives, killing and death.
Ubisoft reported its financial earnings today, and despite a net loss of $54 million for the year ending March 31, over 9 million copies of Assassin’s Creed II were sold and plans for the next installment are pushing ahead as well.
Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot blamed the dip on a global economic downturn and said motion control technology from both Microsoft and Sony will “re-energize the casual games segment.”
What’s more, the man expressed his company will shift internally in order “to release new iterations of our major franchises on a more regular basis and guarantee high quality levels.”