Ubisoft boss Yves Guillemot has said the company is committed to producing games for Sony and Microsoft's new motion controllers.
Speaking during a conference call (overheard by Kotaku), Guillemot said "around 10 games" will "come for Natal during the first six months of the launch".
Ubi will also be supporting the new PS3 magic wand, though perhaps not to quite the same degree.
"We expect four to five games for [Sony's motion controller]," Guillemot said. "That's the picture at the moment. It can change in the next 12 months."
According to Guillemot, those numbers refer to "casual games" and will account for "about 70 per cent of new property". They don't include "the games that are supporting the new functions that those accessories will bring". In other words there could be more titles which give you the option to use motion control, but don't make it obligatory.
Like the new Prince of Persia game announced yesterday, perhaps?
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