The Fan of the Month is an initiative to bring to light important people dear to us at Ubisoft Québec. Whether it’s a significant player, an ambassador for our brands, a talented cosplayer or an artist who’s wowing us with his/her #FanArt, we want to introduce these amazing fans through a fun Q&A.
Aesthetics and tragedy
Strictly related to the previous answer: Assassin’s Creed Unity.
Surely photo mode, but not only as in taking photos. One thing I always do in every game is projecting myself in them and enjoying every detail as if I’m truly there. You don’t run around in real life, you take it easy and look at things. I do that a lot in video games, like a tourist. Nothing makes me feel as immersed as taking my time and breathing it all in visuals, atmosphere and sounds. To me photo mode celebrates that feeling.
Sands of Time (Prince of Persia). I saw it at a friend’s place when I was a kid and I was blown away by the parkour and the fact you could reverse time. Didn’t play anything else for months!
Some chaotic evil villain. Goose from Untitled Goose Game.
I’m glad you specified WI-FI because WI-FI is very important.
➝ The Legend of Zelda : Breath of the Wild
None of them have WI-FI sadly, but if I had to pick one, I’d go for Assassin’s Creed Syndicate. Mostly because of that time period’s male fashion. The coat dude. Why kill when you can slay.
Ohh, where to start. It means many things. Growth, mostly. Family. I’ve met all sorts of people ever since I joined the community, both online and in real life and there is a LOT going on. Everyone has different skills and opinions and they’re all valid. Being part of the community means accepting and respecting each other’s, because if you don’t, then you’re alone and alone ain’t fam.
So many questions! I always wondered though: do developers actually get the game they worked on once it’s finished and play it to completion or like… Nah?