With only two games in their current line-up slated to support 3D, Ubisoft is waiting on widespread 3D support for the same reason consumers are slow to adapt 3D television technology - the high cost.
If you are an Ubisoft fan that's already picked up an expensive 3D-ready television, you can still look forward to Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier and Shaun White Skateboarding popping out of your costly television. Why only two games? According to Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot, the price isn't quite right yet.
Speaking during today's first-quarter financial results conference call, Guillemot told investors that the price just isn't right yet.
"I think we will see lots of values in 3D TVs this year, but it will be very strong at the end of next year. November and December of next year is when we will see strong sales of 3D hardware."
The prices are getting lower. Right now Best Buy is selling a 3D-ready 60-inch 1080P DLP television for $US999, which is a nice price, but it could be a lot nicer.
It might take a year, but the costs will drop, and Ubisoft will be there, says Guillemot.
"While we have one or two games this year, most of our high-end games will use the 3D."