Ubisoft has just announced that it is growing even more and that the company will soon be starting a new development studio in Singapore.
Although Ubisoft also has development studios and CGI film makers in Montreal and Quebec, the Paris-based company still isn't done expanding it seems and is eager to plant itself all over the globe.
So, why Singapore and not the UK?
Well, according to Smarthouse News
, the publisher sees the "excellent technological infrastructure, thriving local game development industry and quality of its universities and training institutions
" as the major benefits and reasons for the placement of the studio.
Ubisoft also mentioned that the local government offered "strong support
" and that that had a definite effect on the decision.
The mega-publisher is hoping to open the new studio late this summer, filling the ranks out to include three hundred full-time developers who will work on future titles.
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