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Follow us behind the scenes to learn how Ubisoft teams around the world make the games you love to play. Subscribe or follow Game Makers wherever you get your podcasts to stay up to date with the latest episodes!

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    • 4.6 • 16 Ratings

Follow us behind the scenes to learn how Ubisoft teams around the world make the games you love to play. Subscribe or follow Game Makers wherever you get your podcasts to stay up to date with the latest episodes!

    Composing the Music of Far Cry 6

    Composing the Music of Far Cry 6

    In this podcast composer Pedro Bromfman, well known for his work on the Netflix series Narcos, talks about his work composing the soundtrack for Far Cry 6.

    Listen to the Far Cry 6 Complete Soundtrack, available now: https://ubisoftmusic.lnk.to/FC6_CompleteMusic

    Transcripts of our podcast episodes are available on Ubisoft News.

    • 28 min
    We Need Diverse Games

    We Need Diverse Games

    Tanya DePass is the founder of I Need Diverse Games and worked as a diversity consultant on Far Cry 6 and other titles. She comes on the Ubisoft Game Makers podcast to talk about her work and to give advice to players and developers on how we can all work together to improve diversity, inclusion, and representation in the video game industry.
     
    Find a transcript of this episode on Ubisoft News.

    • 21 min
    Keeping the Entrepreneurial Spirit Alive at Ubisoft

    Keeping the Entrepreneurial Spirit Alive at Ubisoft

    In this podcast episode, Ubisoft veteran Anne Blondel Jouin talks about her 25-year career in video games, from her first days out of business school in the PlayStation era to her role today leading a team that seeks out partnerships with industry whiz kids and indie developers.
    Visit jobs.ubisoft.com to find opportunities near you and start your own journey at Ubisoft.
    Find a transcript of this episode on Ubisoft News.

    • 31 min
    Graceful Failure: Learning & Video Games

    Graceful Failure: Learning & Video Games

    Are video games good for us? Can we learn by playing games? How worried should we be about screen time?
    In this podcast episode, Dr. Jan Plass, Paulette Goddard Chair in Digital Media and Learning Sciences and Professor at New York University, joins us to talk about learning and video games, a subject he has extensively researched.
    To learn more about the positive impacts of gaming and how to choose the right Ubisoft game for your needs, check out the Social Impact page on our website.
    Visit Ubisoft News to download a transcript of this episode

    • 24 min
    Ashly Burch on Creating a Holiday That Doesn't Exist

    Ashly Burch on Creating a Holiday That Doesn't Exist

    Ashly Burch is a writer and actress on the Apple TV+ series Mythic Quest, which is produced by Ubisoft. Episodes one through four of Season 2 of Mythic Quest are available to stream now, with new episodes releasing every Friday until the finale on June 25. Burch is also a renowned voice actress, featured in games like Horizon Zero Dawn, The Last of Us Part II, The Outer Worlds, and many more.

    • 36 min
    The Music of Myths

    The Music of Myths

    Composer Gareth Coker and Music Supervisor Jérôme Angelot take us behind the scenes of the creation of the music for Immortals Fenyx Rising. Find a transcript for this episode on Ubisoft News. Listen to the Immortals Fenyx Rising Original Game Soundtrack: https://idol.lnk.to/IFR_OSTFB.

    • 50 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

caspi kane ,

I love this podcast

As I said in the title, I love this podcast. I only started to listen to it today, but I’m hooked, I’ve already listened to all their episodes and I can say that they are all great. These amazing and creative artists are just so down to earth and it is so interesting just to hear them talk.

Censedmedal ,

We Need Diverse Games

Nobody cares how diverse the development team.
All we want are members that are good at their job. So they can make great games.
Call it an unpopular opinion but I don’t care if there’s less women in the gaming work force. If a man is more qualified and better at a job he should get that job over the female.
That logic can be applied to any gender, race, sexuality or religion.
Just get the best people for the job and stop worrying about diversity.
Diversity for the sake of diversity feels forced and fake.
A character’s diversity should not be the only reason they are “interesting” or “engaging”.
This clearly shows how out of touch Ubisoft is with its fanbase.

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