Friday, 4 November 2016

"Creating Open Worlds" by Ubisoft at BAFTA on Wednesday 9 November

BAFTA is a superb resource for all our students studying in central London. The BAFTA clubhouse is at 195 Piccadilly - a short walk from our MidTown campus on High Holborn. Increasingly BAFTA is supporting not just film and TV but the games industry as well.

On Wednesday 9 November, BAFTA is hosting a games event titled "Creating Open Worlds", hosted by games titan Ubisoft.

This will be an amazing chance for our games students to meet the creative team behind Ghost Recon: Wildlands, Watch Dogs 2 and Steep. Tickets aren't free, but at £7.50 it's cheaper than a movie, and far more rewarding.

What's this all about?
Ubisoft’s Vice President of Editorial, Tommy Fran├žois, will share Ubisoft's experience in creating open worlds with exclusive content. This event comes ahead of the release of three new games: Ghost Recon: Wildlands, Watch Dogs 2 and Steep.

Events like this are a great way to learn how the industry actually works. You will also have the chance to ask questions of the panel and, after the talk, maybe even have a chat with them in the BAFTA bar. Who knows? You might be making contacts that will make a big difference to your career.

What does it cost?
Tickets are £7.50

Where can you book tickets?
at the official BAFTA site.

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