Ubisoft, the world’s third largest video game developer, may consider establishing a game development studio in the Philippines.

Andro Baluyut, board member of the Game Development Association of the Philippines, tells news website InterAksyon.com that the company behind highly-popular video games like Assassin’s Creed, Far Cry and Prince of Persia, is “actively exploring opportunities in the Philippines right now.”

“We are capitalizing on advantages that a few countries have like affordable costs and at the same time we speak English and we are very Westernized,” Baluyut says.

If the plan for the studio pushes through, it will become a part of Ubisoft‘s network of 29 studios in 19 countries, which includes Singapore, Japan and China.