Gaming StarWars

Star Wars: Ubisoft Shares Update on Franchise Game

Naturally, investors were keen to hear details of the highly-anticipated title, as reported by VGC. Questions were asked regarding the planned launch window, to which CFO Fredrick Duguet refused to give any specific estimates for the title:

In a report from Vanity Fair, details were revealed surrounding Jared Leto’s role as the Joker in Zack Snyder’s Justice League.
Leto wears a hospital gown and surgical mask in the recently released pictures, which director Zack Snyder calls “a remnant of his escape into the wild when the world fell.” The Clown Prince of Crime will also be wearing a bulletproof vest adorned with “tons” of police badges, which Snyder says are “his trophies.”
The report also details some more spoiler-filled details from Zack Snyder’s Justice League.
“We didn’t mention any specific dates. The game is at an early stage of development so we will have to wait a bit before telling you more about timing.”Naturally, investors were keen to hear details of the highly-anticipated title, as reported by VGC. Questions were asked regarding the planned launch window, to which CFO Fredrick Duguet refused to give any specific estimates for the title:Additionally, Guillemot confirmed the game will run the Massive’s Snowdrop engine, used in The Division, sayingThe teams at Massive and Ubisoft seems to be extremely excited to get their hands on the world of Star Wars as CEO Yves Guillemot said:Regarding the implications of the Star Wars title on the future of The Division, the CEO confirmed Massive will continue to move forward with their other projects:“The implication on The Division, you have to know that the Massive studio is a large studio and they are also collaborating with lots of studios over the world—lots of inside studios—so you are going to see more on The Division in this year and the year after.”“The Star Wars galaxy is an amazing source of motivation for our teams to innovate and push the boundaries of our medium.”

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