Ubisoft suspends sales of its games in Russia. This was reported by a company representative to a Bloomberg correspondent. At the same time, Ubisoft will leave the market in both digital and physical form. The suspension of sales of Ubisoft games on the Belarusian market is not reported at the moment.
At the moment, there is no official statement from the company itself. At the same time, it is unclear whether players from Russia will still be able to fully enjoy the games they have already purchased. It is reported that transactions in the Ubisoft Store are not available to users.
Note that the company is behind the development of many well-known series, including Assassin's Creed and Far Cry. Earlier, Ubisoft announced that it would help its employees in offices in Kyiv and Odessa, including with relocation and housing in other countries.
Last week, Polish studios CD Projekt RED and Bloober Team announced that they would stop selling their titles in Russia and Belarus. In addition, Electronic Arts has suspended the sale of its games and content in Russia and Belarus. Activision Blizzard also decided to stop selling its games in Russia.
In the next wave, similar decisions were made by Epic Games and Take‑Two Interactive, which also left the Russian market.