Assassin’s Creed fans must be currently satisfied with the new Easter Update and Odin-DLC by Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, a new part of the series is not in sight. Although it is intended to give insiders with the standalone title assassin’s Creed Rift scheduled as Valhalla-DLC, originally planned as Valhalla-DLC, or at the end of 2023, a new main part lags loud after a Kotaku report, but in the development.
Sexism problems with ubisoft: The French developer and publisher has been accused of toxic corporate culture since July 2020. Underneath far-reaching sexism problems, women’s kneading and discrimination, which should be deeply anchored in the company. While ubisoft has already been consequences, for example, employees of the management level were exchanged and to the allegations openly commented on, in-house, these measures are felt by many employees but not sufficient.
Ubisoft fights with production difficulties
According to several insiders, Ubisoft had to move internally to the release of the upcoming Assassin’s Creed Game. But not only AC should be affected by the shift, the next Far Cry should also appear at a later date than originally planned.
What is behind? Bloomberg reports that Ubisoft should be the goal of the next takeover. Several equity companies such as Blackstone Inc. and Kkr & Co. are intended to express their interest in a deal with Ubisoft.
Ubisoft itself, no serious negotiations with the potential buyers have yet to have absorbed a deal but not basically disappeared:
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According to Kotaku, Ubisoft should also work closely with external consulting firms to make different areas of the company. This will become ubisoft more profitable, which could indicate a preparation for a possible mega-deal.
Why should ubisoft through the sale? Currently there is Ubisoft on a weakening share price and complains about continued production difficulties. The catastrophic state of the many studios is a reason why Ubisoft could respond to a deal.
Through the preparations for a possible deal and the associated shifts, it could be that the Ragnarök DLC is probably the last to Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, which we could see in the near future from the franchise:
Further acquisitions from the video game industry can be found here:
- 12 billion dollar deal: Take-two wants to buy mobile giants cynga
* Sony wants to buy Destiny developer bungie for 3.2 billion euros
* Microsoft wants to buy Activision Blizzard for 70 billion US dollars
Ubisoft rumors could be true
How likely is that? Both at Bloomberg and Kotaku are trusted sources, so that it is to be assumed that there is a great purchase interest in Ubisoft. However, that does not mean that there is actually a deal. Ubisoft Meanwhile, there is only on not to rumors or speculation.
How do you see the next potential takeover? Do you have concerns about such a deal?
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