Ubisoft Entertainment is a French video game producer and distributor, established in Carentoir, Britain, in 1986. The new CEO and Chairman of the group is Yves Guillemot. He is one of the founders in Montreuil-Sous-Bois HQ, France.

After 2018, Ubisoft developers have started to work on its significant franchises, including Assassin’s Creed, Tom Clancy, Far Cry, and Watch Dogs, with aggressively opposing Electronic Arts, Blizzard Activism, and Take Two.

Although Ubisoft as a whole had close to 16,000 developers in the middle of 2019, it was higher than its competitors. Per year, it delivered five to six big category AAA releases than its rivals who created just 2 At 3 AAA games annually, Ubisoft’s net profit per employee was the lowest of the four, attributable to the relatively lower turnover of its products.

It is partially attributable to Bloomberg Business due to consumption habits for gamers purchasing fewer games each year because most new Ubisoft launches are typically 1 per quarter. In October 2019, Ubisoft announced three of the six releases scheduled for the period 2019 to 2020 or later besides improving the quality and launch of established products.

However, after owing to the poor selling numbers in 2019, Ubisoft announced in January 2020 that it would reorganize its distributor. They planned to include a more detailed summary of its product catalog and implement more adjustments to its games’ price.

In July 2020, the Watch Dogs 2 video game by Ubisoft was offered to anyone who viewed the Ubisoft Forward’ streaming function.