Ubisoft Philippines, a topnotch video game developer, added another breakthrough in their sustained expansion in the country by unveiling its brand new game development studio located in De La Salle University – Sta. Rosa, Laguna.
Ubisoft is known for developing several acclaimed video game franchises such as Assassin’s Creed, Far Cry, Just Dance, and Prince of Persia.
As stated in an official press release, Ubisoft Philippines’ new studio is “designed to showcase one of the company’s important values: “serious about fun.”
Chip Go, Ubisoft Philippines’ Studio Manager, states that the company provides employees an environment which encourages creativity and collaboration. In line with this, the studio houses numerous game stations, a dedicated pantry, break-out spaces/lounge areas per floor, a ping-pong table, a giant slide for going between floors, and a full roof deck for barbeques and events.
Additionally, the new development studio is the first and only facility co-developing AAA games in the Philippines. In just two years, developers from Ubisoft Philippines have co-developed Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey, Assassin’s Creed: Origins, The Crew 2, For Honor, and Skull & Bones.
Moreover, Ubisoft advocates in building the next generation of Filipino game developers thus, partnering with Passerelles Numeriques, an NGO specializes in IT training for underprivileged children in Cebu.
Ubisoft will continue its expansion in the country therefore hiring 200 game developers in the coming years. According to Suzy Belizario, Ubisoft Philippines’ Talent Acquisition Manager, current openings are available for artists, programmers, project managers and more.
Interested? Check out Ubisoft Philippines’ current job openings on their official website.