What this office was doing is unclear. Accordingly, the criticality of the event is in question.
This afternoon, information began to appear in the domestic media with a reference to the VK group “Video Game Collectors” that Ubisoft closed its Russian office. The corresponding subdivision of the French publishing house has been operating in Russia since 2015, and ceased all activities on November 1 of the current year.
It is noteworthy that Ubisoft itself did not confirm this information in any way – there was no official news from the company about the closure of the Russian office.
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How critical this event will become for Russian fans of Ubisoft is a rhetorical question. The games were released even before the appearance of the company’s office in the country, but given the fact that sales of publishing projects in Russia were suspended in early spring, with unknown dates for their resumption, the company clearly no longer sees any point in maintaining a regional office.