How Ubisoft Is Supporting Three New Indie Games in 2021
Ubisoft is known for developing and publishing games with a network of studios and business teams around the world. But this wasn’t always the case: Ubisoft began as a small software publisher based it Brittany, France. Today, Ubisoft teams continue to offer a helping hand to smaller, independent studios with a variety of programs, initiatives, and partnerships.
For example, Ubisoft studios, as well as the company’s corporate affairs teams, support local indie studios through programs like the Indie Series in Quebec and Ontario, and the Entrepreneurs Indie Camp in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria.
As part of their mission, they actively seek out external indie studios around the world to develop partnerships and offer support in various forms. During a period when many indie studios lost opportunities for visibility due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the cancellation of major international videogame events, one way of giving talented indie teams a helping hand has been to feature a selection of indie games during the pre-shows of every edition of Ubisoft Forward to date. The last edition, in June 2021, featured three promising new indie games: Dorfromantik, Bravery Network Online, and You Suck at Parking.
Aug 04, 2021 at 02:26