French video gaming company Ubisoft said it has launched an investigation into sexual harassment and harassment claims against some of its employees.

In Statement Released on its website on Thursday, it said it was “really sorry” about the allegations.

Several charges by former or present on Wednesday Ubisoft Staff started appearing TwitterAccusing managers at Ubisoft’s Toronto and Montreal studios of sexual harassment.

The allegations also targeted managers in Brazil, Bulgaria and the United States, some of whom had been in the alleged incidents for years.

“We have started investigating the allegations with the support of specialized external consultants,” the company said.

“We are dedicated to creating an inclusive and safe environment for our teams, players and communities,” Ubisoft said. “It is clear that we have fallen short of this in the past. We should do better.”

Ubisoft, whose game portfolio includes Assassins Creed, Tom Clancy’s, Quite different, And Sentinel, Is one of the world’s top gaming companies by revenue and market capitalization.

When contacted by AFP on Friday, Ubisoft officials were unable to say whether anyone had been sacked following the allegations.