Its PC business is up to 15% this year.
Ubisoft has vowed to improve its support for its PC games.
Speaking to MCV at Gamescom, European Ubisoft boss Alain Corre says, "We recognise the importance and needs of PC gamers, and want to continue to improve how we create and support games for PC."
"We listen to feedback from players and continue to adapt accordingly; for instance, we switched to a simple, one-time activation for our PC games – a standard practice in the industry. We’re also doing our best to bring our games to PC at the same time as the console versions. Assassin’s Creed Unity and Far Cry 4, for example, will be released simultaneously on console and PC, and this will continue to be the goal for all our major titles."
"Finally, we are committed to improving the optimisation of our games for each platform on which they’re released – including PC."
As an indication of the company's progress, Corre says that PC gaming now accounts for 15% of Ubisoft's business, up from 11% in the financial year of 2012 and 2013. He also says that Ubisoft is trying to be more open with its players, with plans to allow players to influence development of future titles, though he did not elaborate on this.
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