In the usual earnings call, Ubisoft has revealed more about its portfolio going into March 2020, the month when the current fiscal year will reach an end.
The publisher has shared it expects to launch from three to four triple-A titles between April 2019 and March 2020.
We know for sure that one of these is Skull & Bones, a pirate online game which has been delayed a couple times but will be releasing this year.
On top of that, we know that Assassin’s Creed will take a break and won’t be releasing new games before the end of 2020, so it’s not part of that list.
In this list, instead, we could find Massive’s Avatar game, Watch Dogs 3, Beyond Good & Evil 2, although we believe it’s coming a bit later, and perhaps even the Pioneer sci-fi IP which was long believed to have been cancelled, but is still in the making.
Likely, there are new Splinter Cell and Ghost Recon games on their way, but it should be more a next-generation affair rather than something which could be announced at E3 and drop as soon as the following March.
Far Cry isn’t returning this soon, as it’s just launching New Dawn after last year’s Far Cry 5, and The Division 2 is releasing March 15.
That’s the full picture for what matters Ubisoft. Of course, with the exception of Pioneer, it’s not including new intellectual properties we know nothing about.
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