The new exhibition, Alexander the Great: The Making of a Myth, will utilize Assassin’s Creed Origins’ recreation of Alexander’s tomb for an immersive experience.
Ubisoft marketing, development, and production experts discuss educational video games and their impact in the classroom and beyond.
At the recent internal Ubisoft Developers Conference event, Ubisoft La Forge announced the expansion of its successful research and development model into five studios worldwide.
Explore the history and daily life of ninth-century England and Norway in this educational experience, available as a standalone game or as a free update for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
Eight new level designs have been added to Rabbids Coding based on the winners of a worldwide competition, plus five new languages to help more learn to code.
The game that teaches kids of all ages to code is now available on the go.
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Special events in New York and London highlight the power of games as an educational tool.
How a background in teaching and game development helped programmer Anthony Kozak build a game to teach programming to kids – or to anyone else looking to learn.