Ubisoft is one of the industry’s biggest studios, with branches everywhere around the world, including United Arab Emirates, Japan, Canada, France and many more.
Earlier today, Ubisoft announced the opening of two new studios, in Mumbai, India and Odesa, Ukraine. Ubisoft’s Executive Director Christine Burgess-Quémard expressed his excitement towards the two new branches opening up in India and Ukraine, since the company already has a studio present in each country and these two will strengthen their presence in each country.
This year marks the tenth anniversary of Ubisoft’s presence in India and in Ukraine. Our commitment to both countries is now strengthened by these expansions to Mumbai and Odesa. I am proud to see how our production presence is growing, and strongly believe that it is by investing and expanding our knowledge and expertise internally that we will be able to keep delivering the high quality entertainment experiences of the future.
Ubisoft’s Managing Director for Eastern European Hub studios Sébastien Delen mentioned the studio’s interest in opening up an office in Odesa isn’t new, and it has always been something they thought about since coming to Kiev.
Ubisoft first came to Kiev 10 years ago and since then the team grew and took on challenging projects, but alongside Kiev, we have always been interested in Odesa and thus the perfect occasion for us to show this was by opening an office there. We are really glad to see the industry evolving in Ukraine and to see so many people who are passionate about game development.
As far as we know, Ubisoft Mumbai will work hand-in-hand with Ubisoft Pune to develop console titles, while Ubisoft Udesa is more concerned with supporting and working on Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon franchise.
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