Looks like Valve’s effort to bring Apple Macs into the gaming word is beginiong to pay off. Ubisoft have listed Assassins Creed II and Splinter Cell: Conviction for Mac in their fiscal report for the second quarter.
The listing suggests the games are coming to Mac in late 2010. Other titles like Prince Of Persia: The Forgotten Sands had “soft” performance according to Ubisoft. Strangely enough Assassins Creed II Mac listing shows EMEA as the region which means Europe, Middle East and Africa only. Both games were major hits for Ubisoft and drove the sales up 94% from the same period over the last year. Platforms shares for the same quarter were decendingly in this order: X360,Wii,PS3 and PC with only 7% which might be due to the outrage in the community against the DRM Ubisoft use “Uplay”.
“Our sales performance this quarter reflects the success of several titles and attests to the quality of our game catalog,” says CEO Yves Guillemot. “It’s proof of Ubisoft’s ability to make its mark in an ever-demanding video games sector.”
Ubisoft hopes to continue this strong trend with it’s planned 2010-11 releases of Just Dance 2, Your Shape: Fitness Evolved, Michael Jackson: The Experience, Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.X. 2, and R.U.S.E.