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Ubisoft shares fall then rise

Ubisoft shares fall then rise

Ubisoft shares fall then rise

Our sister site Gamingheaven reported yesterday Assassins Creed 2 sold 1.6 million units this week – we would assume that Ubisoft are extremely happy with this.

Before the game went on sale however the industry experts expected the sales to be disappointing and Ubisoft shares fell by almost 7 percent in the morning trade due to this. By 2.35 PM however their shares had rised and they traded up by 0.43 percent at 10.54 euros.

Assassins Creed 2 is the successful follow up to the original title and our sister site Gamingheaven gave it a massive 94% score and said “This game is at the same level I would class as the best Rockstar games which is the biggest compliment I can give it. As this is the second part of a trilogy I can only imagine what they have planned next – I can’t wait! One of the best games this year”

Ubisoft have some stiff competition as they compete with Activision Blizzard and Electronic Arts and they have been counting on the success of Assassins Creed 2 to meet their 2009/10 goals. Ubisoft have set themselves a target to sell a total of 8 million units of Assassin’s Creed 2 which represents a rise of 15 percent when compared with the first title in the series.

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