Ubisoft Ends all Wars

News has landed in our inbox of a new Tom Clancy series of video games. Called EndWar and developed by Ubisoft’s Shanghai studio whose members have worked on such titles as Rainbow Six, Splinter Cell and Ghost Recon.

EndWar will be set on the battlefields of World War III and will push the standard of technology in AI, graphics, physics and animations that have not be fully utilised since the launch of the next-gen consoles that this game will appear on. EndWar is being built from the ground up as a revolutionary war strategy game solely for the next-gen consoles.

“Our development teams are invigorated to be creating the first 100 percent next-generation Tom Clancy brand,” said Serge Hascoët, chief creative officer at Ubisoft. “Our success with Tom Clancy franchises is unparalleled in the next-generation and Tom Clancy’s EndWar will be a marvelous addition to the already critically acclaimed library of games. A strategy game like no other, EndWar will allow gamers to lead their own armies against hundreds of others online in real global locations on the massive battlefields of World War III.”

Keep an eye out for the June issue of the US magazine EGM (Electronic Gaming Monthly) where EndWar will be featured in a world-exclusive first look.

What kind of ’strategy game’ will this title be? Let us know your views on this announcement below.


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