Fan-made games are seen as a way for gamers to show their affection for their favorite games and IP. While some developers are quite taboo and often tear down or remove such games, others welcome it, for example the Ubisoft case shown below.
Today (August 27), 刺客信条：暴雨 (roughly translated: Assassin’s Creed: Rainstorm): An Assassin’s Creed game developed by a group of Chinese college students, open to play for free, was officially announced. On his personal Weibo, @YehSa_ 首都高速, a member of the development team, expressed his joy when his “child” brain was released, and also tagged Ubisoft’s official Weibo account, opening the door. Willing to come to this company to practice.
Our game has also been selected to participate in the national student digital media creation contest, hoping to achieve good results. I have an internship next year, please wait for me to send my CV @UBISOFT育碧@育碧中国工作室@刺客信条 (Ubisoft and Assassin’s Creed social media accounts in China)”
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I thought this was just a word for fun, but Ubisoft unexpectedly responded to this student’s post, according to which the company also invited @YehSa_首都高速 next year to come to my house to work. This is probably a happy ending for Ubisoft fans.
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