Ubisoft confirms 5 new AAA titles will be coming by March 2021

by February 6, 2020 0 comments

Ubisoft did not have a great year in 2019. Ghost Recon Breakpoint was one of the worst rated games of the year and while The Division 2 was received well by gamers and critics alike, it wasn’t much of a commercial success. If this wasn’t enough, after Breakpoint tanked, Ubisoft announced that they would be delaying the games in development which were supposed to be released by the end of the year. 

Today, during a Q3 investors call, Ubisoft revealed that they would be releasing 3 new games between April and December 2020 and 2 new games by March 2021. The three new games are Watch Dogs: Legion, Gods & Monsters and Rainbow Six: Quarantine, as confirmed by CEO Yves Guillemot during the earnings call. The rest two games were not announced, but Guillemot did say that they were from Ubisoft’s “biggest franchises”. He also said that the five games do not include Beyond Good and Evil 2. Veteran video game journalist, Jason Schrier, whose inside news is reliable, said on Twitter that the next two games would be the new Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry 6. 

“We are excited by the prospect of our lineup. The competitive environment will be challenging, but our production is progressing well, and our games will benefit from strong differentiation pillars. We also believe we have a well-balanced release schedule planned. It is not the first time we have had many releases in a given year, with five triple-As in financial year 15.”

-Yves Guillemot 

Rumours regarding a Viking themed Assassin’s Creed: Ragnarok have been doing the rounds lately, along with murmurs of a Far Cry 6 here and there. There have also been rumours circulating regarding a new Splinter Cell game, but it looks like they were just rumours. 

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