Ubisoft Changes Its Logo - NZGamer.com

Publisher and developer Ubisoft – better known for their work on the Assassin's Creed and Far Cry franchises – has changed their logo. The company's iconic blue swirl is being swapped for something simpler. "Today, we create worlds--worlds that live as ...

Ubisoft opts for new flat design logo after 14 years - Stevivor

For the first time in 14 years, Ubisoft has changed its logo, opting for a swirl heavily influenced by flat design. The new logo, which debuted on the UbiBlog, “marks a new era for Ubisoft,” the publisher proclaimed. “One with an increased focus on ...

Ubisoft's '80s Logo Is Still Their Best - Kotaku Australia

Ubisoft announced its new logo today, marking the third major brand makeover since the company switched from game distributor to developer back in 1995. That's what happens when you throw away something as perfect as the magenta and cyan original.

Ubisoft changes logo for first time in 14 years - Polygon

Ubisoft unveiled a new logo today, an updated version of its iconic swirl symbol with a flat, colorless look. It is the first change in the French publisher's logo since 2003, when Ubisoft introduced the swirl design — back then, it was three ...

Disgusting! Ubisoft's new logo is openly racist - Gameplanet

Ubisoft has a new logo, so let's all give our well-informed opinions on its design. Personally, I feel the new logo was made to look as bland as possible so Ubisoft appears marginally less alluring to Vivendi, the huge corporation attempting to swallow ...

STOP THE PRESSES: Ubisoft has a new swirl - Destructoid

Ubisoft, a company that is still occasionally ridiculed for calling Watch Dogs protagonist Aiden Pearce's baseball hat "iconic," actually has an iconic symbol of its own. For nearly 15 years, Ubisoft's purple swirl logo has been synonymous with a lot ...

Ubisoft spins up a new logo - Gaming Age

After about 14 years or so, Ubisoft has finally redesigned their logo and "swirl"… for better or for worse. Honestly, we kinda like it. It's not overly simplistic but looks more modern. We assume we'll start seeing it show up on newer game release ...

Ubisoft's new logo is a minimalistic version of its former self - Neowin

Today, Ubisoft has come out with a brand new announcement, and it's not about an upcoming game. Instead, the company has a new logo, replacing its iconic blue swirl logo that has appeared in quite a number of franchises by the French behemoth.

Ubisoft changes its logo to the "Ubisoft swirl" just in time to confuse everyone at E3 - Neoseeker

Ubisoft is changing things up a bit. We've become accustomed to the company's blue swirl logo over the last several years, but the publisher is changing that up, and they made sure to do it just in time to confuse everyone for E3. The new logo marks a ...

Ubisoft Debuts New Swirl Logo Before E3 - COGconnected (press release)

Ubisoft is entering the month of June and the upcoming E3 with a brand-spanking new logo that was unveiled today. As you can see, it's awfully similar to the blue swirl gamers have associated with the company since 2003 in games like Assassin's Creed ...

Ubisoft's new silhouette swirl logo is said to be more 'player-centric' - Digital Trends

A new logo could usher in a new era for Ubisoft, though that may well depend on whether Vivendi is successful with its attempt to purchase the publishing giant. Ubisoft has overhauled its logo for the first time in nearly 15 years, replacing the now ...

Ubisoft Unveils New Logo As It Enters 'A New Era' - GamingBolt

Ubisoft has revealed a brand new logo for itself, one which is an evolution of its existing one, and which is meant to mark its entrance into a new era. “The new swirl is an evolution of our existing logo that marks a new era for Ubisoft, one with an ...

Ubisoft Updates Their Iconic Swirl Logo - CGMagazine

Ubisoft on their official blog, unveiled a new design for their iconic swirl, marking the games company's longest time between updates since the iconic swirl in 2003. Ubisoft first opened its door in 1986, with their first game, Zombi. Ubisoft took ...

Ubisoft Debuts their Brand New Logo - Attack of the Fanboy

Ubisoft's swirl logo is one of the most iconic in all of gaming. Alongside Nintendo's, PlayStation's, Xbox's, EA's, and Activision's branding, Ubisoft stands out with a cool looking logo that evokes memories of the company's games. Now they're shaking ...

Ubisoft Dawns a New Logo - Nintendo Enthusiast

Ubisoft is one of the oldest and and largest companies in the gaming industry. Having existed for over 30 years, the company owns a number of different franchises spanning a variety of genres. It owns a number of studios that are responsible for the ...

Ubisoft's changed its swirl logo to one that's “minimalist, modern and monochromatic” - VG247

You may be interested to know Ubisoft has changed its logo. Or not. Either way, we're telling you about it. ubisoft-logo. The logo change, which you see above, was revealed to the world over on the Ubisoft Blog along with a look at the company's logo ...

Ubisoft Unveils A Newly Redesigned Company Logo - Game Rant

It goes without saying that over the past 30 years Ubisoft has seen a lot of change and evolution since it first started out. From its humble beginnings as a simple local distribution company, Ubisoft has grown into becoming a massive global developer ...

Ubisoft Reveals Updated Swirl Logo Marking a "New Era" for Company - Twinfinite

Ubisoft has just revealed their new logo, marking a “new era” for them in the world of entertainment. The logo, deemed “The Swirl” is an evolution of their pre-existing logo, but with more of a focus on minimalism, with a modern twist. Definitely not ...

Ubisoft has a new logo that represents its 'grain de folie', apparently - International Business Times UK

French video game giant Ubisoft has revealed a new logo, the fourth in its 31-year history, as the company prepares to reveal its upcoming slate of games at the annual E3 press conference on 12 June. In a blog post, the company detailed the reasoning ...

Ubisoft Has A New Logo - GameSpot

Ubisoft has debuted a new logo that will replace the iconic blue swirl you've been seeing in front of Assassin's Creed, Tom Clancy, and Far Cry games for the last few years. It's not a drastic redesign and, for the most part, the swirl stays intact ...