While Ubisoft collaborates with Google on Project Stream, which streams "Assassin's Creed Odyssey" to a wide range of devices, the company is not locked into any kind of exclusivity with Google on future game flow, Ubisoft founder and CEO Yves Guillemot said during a earnings call Tuesday.
" We've been able to work very closely with Google and are very happy," Guillemot says that the first results of the test are "very interesting."
"We can stream not only to PCs or consoles, we can stream to all devices, including all mobile devices. Cloud gaming will help reach many more players for our triple-A game, something good. "
Guillemot added that they are not exclusive to Google, but that they are currently working with a particular partner, it helps the company to learn faster.
Ubisoft's second quarter, which ended September 30th, exceeded expectations, with sales of around $ 41
Including "Far Cry 5", which continued to exceed "Far Cry 4," six months after the launch. "Rainbow Six" now has 40 million players, with monthly active users continuing to grow and "For Honor" now has 15 million players. Finally, "The Crew 2" surpasses "The Crew." The company said mobile income also increased by 60 percent.