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Ubisoft's Star Wars and Avatar studio boss steps down

Massive Entertainment, also known as Ubisoft Massive, is a big studio with a lot going on. It's currently developing Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora and Ubisoft's open-world Star Wars game, all while maintaining The Division 2. That's why it's potentially a pretty big deal that managing director David Polfeldt is stepping down on July 1.
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Star Wars Studio Head At Ubisoft Steps Down

Following a rocky year that included allegations of abuse and misconduct, Ubisoft once again finds itself in uncertain territory. Ubisoft Massive managing director David Polfeldt is stepping down. Axios reports that Polfeldt will no longer be the Division, Star Wars, and Avatar studio’s head as of July 1. Ubisoft informed...
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Is Rider's Republic Crossplay?

Is Rider's Republic crossplay for consoles and PC from Ubisoft?. Rider's Republic release on Sept. 2, will have a massive multiplayer community for friends to join in on the fun. The type of maps it will include are rough terrains like snow, mud, and dirt to ride through. Game modes will include team vs. team competitions and player vs. player modes to compete on consoles and PC.
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Rainbow Six Extraction: Ubisoft's big Siege spin-off explained

It's been a long time coming, but Rainbow Six Extraction (not Quarantine or Parasite, as it was once titled) is finally on the way. We first heard about the game at E3 2019 and after two full years of silence, Ubisoft re-debuted the game at its E3 2021 Ubisoft Forward show. It's got a lot of the good Siege stuff players love like returning operators, destruction, precise gunplay, and gadgets plus a boatload of alien zombies that are pretty gross to look at.
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Does The Division Heartland support crossplay?

Unfortunately for fans of The Division, Ubisoft did not reveal any information on the development of The Division Heartland at the 2021 Ubisoft Forward presentation. The new PvEvP survival game seems to be pretty far from release, and as such details about it are still sparse. However, we do know...
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Thanks to Avatar, Disney Entrusts Ubisoft to Develop A Star Wars Game

This year’s Ubisoft Forward revealed a couple of big announcements. A new Mario+Rabbids is coming, we saw how Rider’s Republic will play out when it launches later this year, a gameplay reveal for Rainbox Six: Extraction, and a teaser reveal of Ubisoft Massive’s Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora. Just a few...
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Some distance Cry 6 reinvents the gameplay of the franchise, what new demanding situations anticipate us within the towns of Yara?

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Ubisoft Announces New Lineup

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Ubisoft’s new Avatar game looks so much better than the movie

Ubisoft had a big presentation at E3 2021 over the weekend that revealed a handful of new games. One of the most exciting reveals from that presentation was a new trailer showing off Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, a brand new game based on the insanely popular James Cameron movie Avatar.
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Head of Ubisoft Massive is Stepping Down - News

Ubisoft Massive managing director David Polfeldt is moving to a different role at Ubisoft, according to a blog post from the developer. Polfeldt joined Massive in 2005 and was promoted to managing director in 2009 after it was acquired by Ubisoft. He will be stepping down on July 1 and will take a six month sabbatical, before returning to Ubisoft in a "new strategic role.