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Ubisoft wants its games to differ even more in the future. The editorial team will be restructured to allow a broader opinion when reviewing concepts and titles.

Ubisoft has an editorial team. This has an advisory and testing function with regard to the games and their concepts. This team used to consist of a few people, but this is changing now.

Ubisoft wants more varied games

Are Ubisoft's previous games too similar? This could be due to the fact that the same few people from the editorial team checked the concepts and gave feedback based on their preferences. However, in order to provide even more variety in the future and to take even more diverse and different opinions and tastes into account, this team is now being restructured and expanded. There will be a separate team with seven people for each brand, who will advise and check independently. In the future, the games of the individual brands should differ significantly from each other. The head of this team remains Chief Creative Officer Serge Hascoet.

This is a direct reaction to the criticism of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Breakpoint. According to Ubisoft, the title simply lacked the distinguishing features of its predecessor. In the future, this should not happen again.

Source: VG247

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