This week at Ubisoft, Assassin's Creed Nexus VR launched for Meta Quest devices; the Rainbow Six Siege team announced Operation Deep Freeze; The Crew 2 kicked off a new season called MAD; Anno 1800 announced 3.5 million worldwide players; and the Ubisoft Store's annual Black Friday sale began. Check it all out and more in this week's roundup of Ubisoft news.
Assassin's Creed Nexus VR Out Now
Assassin's Creed Nexus VR launched on November 16 for Meta Quest 2, Meta Quest 3, and Meta Quest Pro. The new adventure allows players to step into the roles of Ezio Auditore da Firenze, Kassandra, and Connor and parkour through open maps in Renaissance Italy, Ancient Greece, and colonial America. To learn more about how the team brought an authentic Assassin's Creed experience to VR, Ubisoft News spoke to Ubisoft Red Storm Managing Director Elizabeth Loverso and Creative Director David Votypka.
Rainbow Six Siege - Operation Deep Freeze Operator and Gadget Guide
Rainbow Six Siege's Operation Deep Freeze, the fourth season of Year 8, will bring a new Defender to the fold. Tubarão carries an MPX submachine gun and AR-15.50 designated marksman rifle, making him adaptable to whatever threat the Attackers pose. And his Zoto Canister gadget is capable of supercooling anything in its radius, slowing down Operators and disabling or pausing gadgets. Operation Deep Freeze also introduces the new Lair map, and a new Map Run training mode.
The Crew 2 MAD Out Now
The Crew 2 launched the MAD update on November 15, bringing a new stunt performer hobby, 18 new skills, new live weekly content, and more to the game. Players can also expand their garage with the 12 new vehicles and several returning favorites coming to the game. Some of the new