Ubisoft working on offering 3D “in most of our AAA titles”

By Stephany Nunneley, Friday, 30 July 2010 15:17 GMT


Ubisoft’s UK managing director Rob Cooper has said there’s a possibility the firm’s triple-A titles could go 3D in the future.

Speaking with MCV, Cooper feels Ubisoft should ensure those with 3D capable televisions are not left out of the mix.

“I do believe that Avatar allowed us just a little bit of advantage in terms of experience with how this market will work,” he said.

“We are working to offer the possibility of 3D on most of our upcoming triple-A titles, as we’d like to ensure that we are there for those consumers that begin putting new 3D enabled televisions in their homes.”

The developer already has 3D enabled games like Shaun White Skateboarding which is out in October, and Avatar, which has been out since Christmas 2009.

Should Ubi decide to put the tech in all it’s major titles, Assassin’s Creed, Driver, Ghost Recon,  HAWX, Prince of Persia, Splinter Cell, and many others could all go 3D sooner rather than later.

You can get the full interview with Cooper in the digital edition of MCV’s newsletter.

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