What do today’s millennials look for in games?
Ones they can play together, says Ubisoft’s CEO Yves Guillemot.
“Millennials are asking for games they can play with friends more and more, so that’s why we’re going increasingly into multiplayer games.
“We see that the industry is changing towards a more community-oriented one,” Guillemot told Mashable at the company’s Singapore studio.
Skull & Bones, Ubisoft’s upcoming game that’s produced almost entirely out of Singapore, is one example of the company’s efforts to increase its range of multiplayer games. Read more…