Ubisoft dips its toes into a lot of political pies, considering how much the company's representation denies its intentions or presence of any content relevant to themes and ideas present in the real world. Just look at the Assassin's Creed series, for example. I'm not just alluding to the basic fact this series is set in various moments in history. Choices, by the creative team, are made to portray the people involved in these stories (real people) in certain ways. Assassin's Creed III for example, makes deliberate, nuanced choices in how it portrays both sides of the American Revolution. That's... political.