“No threats have been identified so far,” he said.
Tonight, police reported a serious incident at the Ubisoft Montreal office on the corner of Saint Laurent and Saint Biatur. confirmed A professional police officer received a 911 call and “inspected the premises on site”, “no threats have been identified so far,” with employees Currently evacuating From the building.
News of the incident at Ubisoft Montreal’s office was initially reported through The Journal de Montreal and described as a “potential hostage situation,” but this has not yet been substantiated.
Following that report, Montreal police shared words on Twitter about “ongoing police operations” outside the building, and videos and images began to spread on social media. Armed police on the scene And dozens of employees Gathered on the roof of Ubisoft’s office..
Police officers were sent to the location following the 911 phone call.Specialty #SPVM Police officers are inspecting the premises on site. No injuries have been reported. https://t.co/omrH0sYHbQ
— Montreal Police (@SPVM) November 13, 2020
Details of the incident remain unconfirmed, but Kotaku’s Stephen Totillo report “The company guards told us to barricade ourselves, set our phones quietly, and keep them hidden and quiet,” said the building’s developers.
In addition, many Ubisoft employees recognize events on social media. Hyper Scape community developer Eric Pope Said He was “calling the people in the office and they had to leave suddenly,” while another posted to confirm their safety, but before the recent evacuation update of the Montreal police. “My colleagues in the building are still stuck,” he wrote. ..
In a brief statement provided to , Ubisoft said, “We are aware of the situation and are working with local governments.” As this story evolves, we will continue to update it.