In recent days, the French firm has been the target of criticism from the community; however, there are numerous indicators that the corporation has a lot of plans for the next few months and that these plans will be implemented in the coming weeks. There will be a total of 11 games for players to choose from, while certain titles will be exclusive to mobile devices.
After postponing the launch of Skull & Bones for a second time, Ubisoft decided to terminate six productions that were in various stages of development over the course of a few months. The title does not yet have a set release date, but it is expected to make its debut during the subsequent fiscal year, which will span from April 1, 2023, all the way through March 31, 2024.
The extremely fascinating news was published by Tom Henderson in Insider Gaming. It stated that within the aforementioned time period, Ubisoft is planning to release 11 projects that will make their premiere on consoles of two generations, personal computers, and mobile devices.
The list is extensive, and it includes a number of intriguing games; however, the list also reveals the actions of the French company, which does not aim to concentrate solely on the production of enormous premium works. Ubisoft’s primary intellectual property (IP) will soon be ported to mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets, and the company is simultaneously expanding its free-to-play product lineup.
Ubisoft list – upcoming games
- The Division Heartland (Free to Play) – PS4, PS5, PC, XOne, XSX|S, Amazon Luna
- Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora – PS5, PC, XSX|S, Amazon Luna
- xDefiant (Free to Play) – PS4, PS5, PC, XOne, XSX|S, Amazon Luna
- Assassin’s Creed Mirage – PS4, PS5, PC, XOne, XSX|S, Amazon Luna
- Skull and Bones – PS5, PC, and XSX|S, and Amazon Luna
- Project Orland (The Crew) – unconfirmed platforms
- Assassin’s Creed Nexus – Oculus 2
- The Division Resurgence – mobile devices
- Rainbow 6 Mobile – mobile devices
- Assassin’s Creed Codenamed Jade – Mobile
- Assassin’s Creed Netflix Collaboration – Mobile
Although Ubisoft has been gradually pushing its most important releases into the coming years for several years, we have already heard about all of the projects that have been announced, suggesting that the company may actually be preparing for a successful quarter.