With everyone going crazy over 3D technology and pushing it as much as possible, it seems the Ubisoft is making some strong statements regarding their games and 3D as well. Yves Guillemot, CEO of Ubisoft, stated that about half of Ubisoft's game released in 2012 will be 3D compatible.
This statement doesn't come as an overly surprising one, since Ubisoft seemed to spur the 3D movement on consoles with James Cameron's Avatar: The Game releasing on both PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 with 3D compatibility. Guillemot also wants to further expand the number of 3D games as early as this next year, stating, "I think next year we should maybe see 15-20 per cent of games that will be 3D on next-generation consoles."
Whether we like it or not, 3D is making its massive push these next few years. The only thing to wait on now is for this technology to become more affordable and eventually run non-3D compliant TV sets out of town.