Ubisoft India Studios has a new Running Director and it is somebody who has worked at the corporation since 2008, when he joined as a Producer. Syed Abbas has been with Ubisoft India given that the inception of the Pune studio and has climbed up the ladder to the top spot.
Syed Abbas is recognised for developing Ubisoft’s console generation workforce in India, which now has above 300 persons operating on it. This staff has labored on games like theTrilogy remaster and Considerably Cry remaster. From a Producer, he highly developed to the ranks of Manufacturing Director, and most not long ago was a Deputy Controlling Director in advance of taking on the large part.
“I am honoured to be appointed as the new Managing Director of Ubisoft India Studios.” States Syed, “The teams at both Ubisoft Pune and Mumbai are passionate and determined when it comes to establishing video video games. They are skillful, multipurpose, and rank amid the greatest in the region in terms of experience. I am searching ahead to constructing on this basis of resourceful excellence and make contributions to Ubisoft’s world-wide lineup.”
Syed is getting more than from studio Taking care of Director Jean-Philippe Pieuchot who has joined Ubisoft Kyiv and Odessa as Running Director for both equally studios. “I want to thank Jean-Philippe for his eyesight and leadership which aided mature Ubisoft’s presence in India and has set us in a posture to keep on to realize success,” claimed Syed.
The most new venture of Ubisoft India Studios the Prince of Persia: Sands of Time remake ran into some problems as the company delayed the launch right after some vital suggestions from the local community.
In an interview withAbbas claimed, “No, it was not a problem of timeline or spending budget. For us at Ubisoft high quality is of the utmost great importance and this is some thing that we have saved in mind from the start out. The job has been in growth for the previous two and a half several years. We have had at peak 170 customers operating on this challenge and not to mention other investments in infrastructure and established up to make a modern video game. No there have not been any cutback in budget or timeline for the recreation.”
Abbas in his new role as the Taking care of Director Ubisoft India Studios has his undertaking cut out, what with the hold off of the releases of the Prince of Persia: Sands of Time remake. For the record, he is credited with various titles on PS3, Xbox 360 and Nintendo DS.