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Ubisoft Paris employees are going on strike to protest CEO’s ‘catastrophic’ comments

Ubisoft introduced final week that it isn’t having a great 2023 (opens in new tab) thus far. Cranium and Bones was delayed once more, however extra severely, the corporate’s incapability to launch video games that anybody cares about has brought about critical monetary bleeding. Now Ubisoft is going through much more complications, because the Solidaires Informatique union has called for a strike (opens in new tab) at Ubisoft Paris on January 27.

A strike may appear to be an odd response to being instructed the corporate is in hassle—exterior of France, at the least. It arises from statements made by Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot, who mentioned in final week’s replace that the corporate is trying to lower €200 million ($215 million) in bills over the subsequent two years via “focused restructuring, divesting some non-core belongings, and ordinary pure attrition.”

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