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We all know how important equality in the workplace is right? Well apparently, in the world of Assassin’s Creed: Unity , those rules do not apply.
While the studio originally set out to allow fans to play as the female persuasion in the game (as it has done many times in previous installments), the development process proved this was an area that ultimately would have to be cut (due to lack of resources). When asked about it, creative director Alex Amancio explained that in order to include the oppose sex as promised, it would result in doubling their work load (IE: bringing in female VO artists tor rerecorded dialogue, reanimate 3D models, etc).
In other Ubisoft news, Tony Key (who is senior vice presidents of sales and marketing) was recently quoted as saying they’re looking to become more than just a game company. To them, they see their future evolving into overall “entertainment.” In a recent interview, Key states “Right now we’re still primarily a game company; we want to become an entertainment company, and we don’t just want to do that because we want to do that. It’s important for us as a company to grow, and to grow our key game brands into other areas.”
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