CVG pulls apart Ubisoft's open-world Tom Clancy RPG. Our team of Tim Clark, Dan Dawkins and Tim Weaver get to grips with Ubisoft's show stopper The Division, and we've got expert reactions and analysis from Alex Dale from the show floor...Show More Summary
The status of Tom Clancy's Rainbow 6 Patriots has been a mystery for some time, but Ubisoft has maintained the game was still on track for release albeit with a different vision. After some hints that the game would go next-gen, Ubisoft finally confirmed the switch to Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Show More Summary
@schanihbg We are optimizing the experience for next gen consoles. However, we are not ruling out any platforms for the future. — TheDivision (@TheDivisionGame) June 12, 2013
Our Hollywood spies have infiltrated into the booth of Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist to elicit a PC confidential video.
Ubisoft, one of the few major publishers to stave off the genre we all know and love, has announced that it’s joining the fray. A part of the publisher’s cash cow Tom Clancy intellectual property, The Division is an upcoming MMO shooter. The company went so far as to label the title a “massive online”
Tom Clancy's The Division is to E3 2013 as Watch Dogs was to E3 2012. It's the game at the show that has a ton of buzz around it, as everyone realizes that it's built around a genuinely cool concept. At the same time, everyone wonders if it can possibly live up to the hype. I really, really hope The Division meets expectations. And I think it can. Show More Summary
Yesterday's demo of Tom Clancy's The Division painted yet another apocalyptic picture of the future, with a virus destroying much of America. Described as a "persistent open world RPG," the game appeared more shooter than RPG. Ubisoft...Show More Summary
Stealth titles have redefined storytelling and gameplay in video games for over a decade now and there's no better franchise for players that love stealth than "Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell." The latest entry into the franchise, subtitled...Show More Summary
The military video game gets an adaptation from a military director.
A new gallery for Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist to show the single-player, coop and Spies vs Mercs.
Signaling his maturation as a filmmaker and a growing boy, Michael Bay’s interests are moving from action figures to video games, with the announcement that he’s pursuing an adaptation of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon at Warner Bros. As Variety...Show More Summary
Ubisoft is gearing up their third self-produced video game adaption. In the past, they let Hollywood run with their properties to disastrous results like 2010?s Prince Of Persia. Now Ubisoft is packaging the films themselves and shopping them to studios. Show More Summary
When he wraps up Transformers 4, Michael Bay is said to be heading to Warner Bros. to kick off what's likely to be a long and fruitful friendship by directing Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon. The film is based on video games about a fictional unit of the U.S. Army Special ... More »
Ubisoft had a few surprises in store during its 2013 E3 press briefing, teasing a bold new direction for its Rabbids series and introducing the post-pandemic online RPG, Tom Clancy's The Division, among other notable announcements. Alice...Show More Summary
Transformers director Michael Bay is developing a feature film version of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon with an eye towards directing the screen adaptation of Ubisoft's third-person tactical shooter.
Transformers director Michael Bay is developing a movie adaptation of Tom Clancy’s tactical shooter Ghost Recon. CEO of Ubisoft Motion Pictures Jean Julien Baronnet said the company wanted Bay for the adaptation “because he is a master at action movies.” The 48-year-old is currently directing the fourth film in the Transformers franchise. Show More Summary
Ubisoft's tactical shooter series Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon is going Hollywood. And it's doing that with movie direct Michael Bay of Armageddon and Transformers fame. Read more...
According to Variety, Michael Bay is ready to go on a covert mission with Ubisoft by signing on to develop “Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon” into a potential film franchise at Warner Bros. and possibly direct. The “Ghost Recon” games revolve … Continue reading ?
Howdy do, everyone, Papa Vinyard here. Today, we get word via Variety that Ubisoft has recruited Michael Bay to develop their nearly 12-year-old video game franchise, GHOST RECON, into a feature film for Warner Bros. GHOST RECON, which...Show More Summary
Could he direct?