Ubisoft: no more manuals is good for environment

Today Ubisoft Entertainment has sent out word that they’ve decided to no longer deliver paper manuals with PS3 and X360 games. Ubi is the first publisher to take that decision and flat out defend the move.

Instead of paper, games will have digital manuals and this because it’s got multiple advantages for both gamers and the environment.

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According to them players find it easier to be able to check out the manual in-game and it’s also more intuitive. Also more robust info can be given while saving on trees, water and CO2.

Shaun White already likes the idea:

“It’s pretty cool that Ubisoft is making a conscious effort to go green with its new video game packaging. I’m excited for my new skateboarding game to come out and stoked that it will be the very first Ubisoft game to be part of their green packaging initiatives.”

In North America Ubisoft will be working together with Technimark to develop environmentally friendly boxes for their games. The PC version of Conviction gets the scoop.

“Ubisoft is often recognized for making great games, but it’s a special privilege to be the industry leader at saving trees,” said Laurent Detoc, president of Ubisoft North America. “Eco-friendly initiatives are important to the global community and introducing in-game digital manuals on Xbox 360 and PS3 is just the latest example of Ubisoft’s ongoing commitment to being a more environmentally conscious company.”

We’re curious when and how many publishers will follow this example.