Ubisoft plans upcoming Ubidays 2008 event this May 28 to 29

Logo Ubisoft, a French video game company - Image 1If you think you’ve gotten an eyeful from last year’s Ubidays event sponsored by French video game company Ubisoft, then make sure to set your calendars this May 28 and 29 when the Ubidays event makes a comeback. Ubidays 2008 will be held in the heart of Paris‘ world-famous Louvre museum and will feature some of the biggest titles that the company has to offer gamers in the coming year. For more details, check out the full article!

Ubidays product showcase event by Ubisoft banner - Image 1

Thanks to last year’s successful product showcase, Ubisoft has gone ahead and scheduled this year’s Ubidays 2008 event, which will be held in the heart of Paris‘ world-famous Louvre museum. The second annual Ubidays event will run from May 28 to 29 and will feature many of this year’s premier game titles from the French video games company.

For those of you who were able to keep tabs on last year’s event, Ubidays 07 featured the showcasing of some of the biggest titles such as Assassin’s Creed (PC, Xbox 360, PS3), as well as the successful Games for Everyone line that the company introduced.

Alain Corre, Executive Director for Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific had this to say about the upcoming Ubidays 2008 event:

The inaugural UBIDAYS in 2007 was a big step for us and a calculated bet, given the worldwide evolution of the industry. The positive feedback from last year convinced us that this was the ideal way to present our games and to have enriching exchanges with partners who support us year after year. WeÂ’re eagerly awaiting UBIDAYS 2008, which is already shaping up to offer a look at future industry trends and the groupÂ’s upcoming blockbuster titles.

Ubisoft promised that a list of featured games and event program schedule will soon be revealed. No worries, though. We’ll make sure to keep everyone posted on any new updates we hear from the event.

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