Silver Lake Invests $400 Million In Unity

Silver Lake, a private equity firm has agreed to invest $400 million in Unity Technologies, revealed John Riccitiello, the CEO of Unity. This investment values the game development software based in San Francisco at $2.6 billion. The deal still needs to be approved by the regulators, Riccitiello said. He also mentioned that about half of the money will allow some of the employees and early shareholders to cash out. “A big chunk of it is secondary and that’s because it makes sense to let employees buy cars,” he said. “In terms of primary capital we don’t ultimately need all that primary capital—the capital is safety when we’re investing to grow as fast as we are.” Unity Technologies was founded back in 2004, has become of the most popular game engines, with titles de...

Assassin’s Creed Syndicate/Victory: What We Expect

Seeing Ubisoft’s lacklustre delivery with Unity, it’s easy to be sceptical of another release in the series without even a year’s delay. Some details have already been leaked with an official reveal by Ubisoft coming tomorrow, the 12th of May. Assassin’s Creed Victory, now also being called Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, is set in 19th century London, during the Victorian era, with an as-of-yet unnamed male protagonist. While there are many speculations about what Ubisoft will do with this latest entry, here’s a list of what we expect from this amazing franchise- 1. Culturally and Historically Rich and Diverse: While Assassin’s Creed 3 was rich with historic events and figures, it wasn’t always visible in the world around. What we hope to see is...

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