About Ubisoft Leamington and Reflections Studios

Ubisoft Leamington and Ubisoft Reflections have a combined 60 years of experience making video games. Our team is a mix of talents from different career paths and backgrounds, creating a fun and inclusive studio with a shared passion for making games. We've contributed to many of Ubisoft's iconic Ips, both leading and co-leading projects such as Assassin’s Creed Nexus VR, The Division, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora and Grow Home.

A message from our Managing Director

"Games development is such an exciting place to be. It's the second largest entertainment medium in the UK, and it has completely changed the way we tell stories.

In Leamington Spa and Newcastle-upon-Tyne we're in the heart of two of the UK's most important games development hubs. We love being part of these two communities, and also love our local neighbourhoods.

Once you've found out more about our locations in the UK, head over to Careers to become a part of our team."

Lisa Opie, Managing Director, Ubisoft Leamington & Ubisoft Reflections

Our Studios

Royal Leamington Spa and Newcastle upon Tyne. Separated by 220 miles but united in being part of the ever-growing Ubisoft family. Come and find out more about our studios, our people, and our locations.


Ubisoft Leamington joined the Ubisoft family in 2017, and is located in the beautiful Regency town of Leamington Spa, right in the heart of England. Often referred to as ‘Silicon Spa’, Leamington is a hotspot of UK game development. In 2017, Leamington was voted the happiest place to live in Britain and it’s easy to see why. With quaint cafes, award-winning restaurants & bars, boutique shopping and breathtaking countryside all within a 10-minute walk. Leamington has the UK’s biggest and best games exhibitions and events right on its doorstep too. From EGX and Insomnia, to Interactive Futures.


Over 200 miles to the North is Ubisoft Reflections, located in the vibrant city of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. We’ve been proudly making award-winning games for 40 years. We love calling Newcastle our home. The city is a cultural powerhouse that not only has some of the best nightlife in the entire country, but is also home to world-renowned art galleries, architecture, music venues and historical sites including the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hadrian’s Wall. If the hustle and bustle of city life isn’t your style then you can pop down to Whitley Bay and Tynemouth to get some sand between your toes and to try your hand at some surfing.