The Revolution is a "magical platform," according to Ubisoft Montreal's new top man.
Ubisoft's development studio in Montreal has a brand-new CEO who goes by the name of Yannis Mallat. He was promoted to his new position this week, and Gamasutra got a chance to interview him on all things Ubi.
With Red Steel having been officially announced, the Revolution was one of the topics brought up in the interview. When asked directly if the Montreal wing of Ubisoft had anything in development for Nintendo next-gen, Mallat responded, "I can say definitely, as any other developer, we are looking at this magical platform, and we want to be part of the adventure." Continuing, he mentioned he was "pretty sure" Ubisoft will come up with more stuff for Revolution, no doubt some of them from the Montreal studio.
Ubisoft Montreal currently has over 1400 employees, working on anywhere between 12 and 20 games. According to Mallat, "a lot" of them are in development for next-generation platforms. As you would expect, the publisher will be showing off a great deal of their upcoming work at E3, now less than a month away.