Ubisoft has no intention of looking back and “merely” to return to the projects of the proportions of Assassin’s Creed Unity: the intent of the company transalpina is, instead, to focus more and more on the new Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. We can summarize the point of view of Yves Guillemot, the founder and CEO of the giant French games, that the microphones of GamesIndustry has spoken of the expectations and projects of Ubisoft for the future.
Tomorrow is the open world, Ubisoft
Asked about the possibility that, in the future, his company return to work on games of the scale is more limited, compared to the titanic outputs recent, Guillemot was firm: “no.” In the interview, the president explained:
No return to the old campaign of Assassin’s Creed confined to a single city, for Yves Guillemot. This, however, also means that the development costs are much greater than in the past.
As it supports a Assassin’s Creed Odyssey?
Projects of the scope of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey naturally require large investments. The latest round of the saga of the Assassins, has required the joint effort of ten teams (the same also happened with Unity, in fact), but above all an extraordinary outlay on the part of Ubisoft.
While, in short, the price of the games for the consumers remains unchanged, the one for the producers of salt. How can Ubisoft support games more expensive to make without going to increase the cost of the price list that will be presented to consumers? In this regard, the Guillemot has the ideas more clear:
That’s not all: the Guillemot has explained that a fundamental role is also played by the emerging markets, apart from the fact that its products have a so-called long tail – that is to be appealing for a long period of time for consumers. The president explained: