Starting March 19, members of Ubisoft development teams from around the world will share their expertise at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2018 in San Francisco. From Assassin's Creed Origins and Far Cry 5 to Ghost Recon Wildlands and The Division, Ubisoft speakers will give talks and presentations that reveal some of the secrets that make their games special.
Take a look at the schedule below for a quick look at what Ubisoft developers will be talking about, and when.
Discussions will also continue at the Ubisoft Lounge, located on the second floor of the West Hall, where GDC attendees will be able to meet Ubisoft recruiters and developers, attend presentations, and play Far Cry 5 ahead of its release on March 27!
In addition, Ubisoft is also collaborating with Microsoft on the Women in Gaming Rally, taking place on Tuesday, March 20, at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, with a dedicated space where visitors will be able to meet Ubisoft speakers and play Ode, a game developed by the Reflections studio. Ubisoft speakers, including Stephanie Perotti, Liz England, Jolie Menzel, and Jean Raymond, will also participate in panels and networking discussions throughout the day. For more info, check out the schedule below.
Ubisoft is also sponsoring a panel titled "Accessibility in Games: Where We Are and Where To Next." The panel will feature Cherry Thompson, Tara Voelker, Jason Canam, and David Tisserand, and will be moderated by Ian Hamilton. It will explore how the industry has been evolving towards accessibility over the past few years, talk about the progress that has been made, discuss the challenges that accessibility presents for developers, and outline the work needed to keep making games accessible to as many players as possible. The panel begins March 21 at 5:00PM PT, in Room 2000 of the West Hall.
Stay tuned to Ubisoft News for more on GDC.