Out of all the big publishers Ubisoft seems the least like a-holes. The Far Cry 4 complaint always seemed idiotic. The villain looked Asian to me the whole time (though kinda albino). Even if he was white that wouldn't be racist, since he's the villain and not the hero (among other reasons). Today I read that some people were upset that none of the assassins in AC Unity were female... WTF? How is that sexist? Since when did women HAVE to be included as playable characters in every game? Saying you'd like for one of them to be a woman is fine, but not having one isn't automatically sexiest.
I'm curious if there's anyone here who actually thinks Ubisoft is discriminating. Not to mention, AC is a series that had a black woman and Native American as leads. They were both mixed, but I assume that had to be the case with Connor since he needed to be related to Desmond. I originally saw several articles about it on Polygon then on other sites. Maybe they're blowing it up for attention, but I did link to one below. It seems like they're trying too hard to be the "serious/pretentious NPR of video games"