Ubisoft Montreal, emergency call and police operation: the team's comment

Ubisoft Montreal, emergency call and police operation: the team's comment
Yesterday was very excited for the guys from Ubisoft Montreal and for all the other people present in the building located between Saint-Lorent and St-Viateur in Montreal. In a direct telephone call to the emergency number, the presence of an armed man and people hostage in the facility was reported, which was followed by the reaction of the police.

The report triggered a massive police operation, which fortunately proved superfluous. The police surrounded the building, and then proceeded to evacuate and inspect it, but they did not trace any threats inside. It was basically a hoax, which the police will undoubtedly continue to investigate.

The employees' fears, in any case, were real, but apparently they dealt with it in a composed and courageous. This is what Ubisoft Montreal told us with an official statement entrusted to its social profiles in the past few hours: "We want to underline the courage and composure that the team has shown today, our goal remains to ensure their health and their Well-being. We also want to thank the SPVM (Service de police de la Ville de Montréal) for the quick and professional response, with which they helped us to bring the situation back under control. We are extremely relieved that everything was resolved without incident and we want to thank all of you for your support and kind words. "

The Ubisoft Montreal team, remember, has just released Assassin's Creed Valhalla, the latest chapter in the long saga of the Assassins. Already released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, PC and Google Stadia, it is expected on PlayStation 5 for November 19th.

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