Driver: San Francisco News (Xbox360)

Ubisoft Reflections "very excited to be working" on Watch Dogs

Posted: 12.06.2012 by Technet2k

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Newcastle-based Ubisoft Reflections, the studio behind Driver: San Francisco, has confirmed they're lending their developer muscle to Ubisoft Montreal on new IP Watch Dogs.

The team has been "attentively watching the reaction" from E3 over the reveal. In fact they're "currently expanding" the team to handle the workload. Watch Dogs is due in 2013.

Ubisoft Reflections aiding development of Watch Dogs at Ubisoft Montreal

Posted: 07.06.2012 by Technet2k

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The studio behind the comatose-powered hijinks of Driver: San Francisco, Ubisoft Reflections, is lending their expertise on the freshly unveiled sci-fi thriller Watch Dogs at Ubisoft Montreal.

LinkedIn profiles reveals the Driver dev has producer and level design roles. Ubisoft make a habit of stretching projects over multiple studios. AC: Revelations was the work of six.

Ubisoft sees "MMO value system" as way to curb PC piracy

Posted: 23.03.2012 by Technet2k

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The always-on DRM of Ubisoft titles has caused a major stir among PC gamers, but the publisher now sees the best way forward is to embrace some of those MMO ideals to give value.

Part of their plan involves "companion gaming," and more connectivity means "the less a pirated game should work", resulting in pirated copies being more trouble than fun.

Driver: San Francisco patched on 360, PS3

Posted: 05.12.2011 by JonahFalcon

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A new update has been released for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 version of Driver: San Francisco, the majority of improvements and fixes aimed at patching the online gameplay.

Dead Island remains UK chart topper, Space Marine keeps 2nd

Posted: 19.09.2011 by Technet2k

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Techland's Dead Island and Relic's Warhammer 40k: Space Marine have kept their number 1 and 2 spots respectively for another week in the all format UK chart.

Resistance 3 climbs up 3rd, nudging down Driver: San Francisco 4th. Deus Ex: Human Revolution stays at a conspiratorial 5th place. Zumba won't let go 6th.