In a call with investors and analysts, Ubisoft has revealed that it has three more unannounced triple-A games releasing by the end of its next fiscal year.
This means that outside of the already revealed Ghost Recon Breakpoint there are three more games Ubisoft has never talked about before.
While we don’t have official details about what these three games could be or not, we do have a few rumours that point in a certain direction for at least two of them.
The first game is most likely the codenamed Assassin’s Creed Kingdom, which is reportedly going to be set in Nordic territories.
The game was spotted in The Division 2, where an easter egg with a Viking with a golden apple in his hands was featured in a promotional poster. On top of that, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey was released in 2017, and we were told that the series wouldn’t be getting mainline games for one year, and that year will be passed in late 2019…
On top of that, there’s a second game we might know about thanks to previous leaks and reports, and that game is Watch Dogs 3.
The title is set to be revealed at E3 2019 this June and is most likely dropping by the end of the year or at the beginning of 2020, also depending on how busy Ubisoft’s schedule will be. Previous rumours have talked about a London setting and we would really like that, after two games in America.
As for the third, we don’t have any idea outside of a possible launch for Pioneer, the sci-fi game that has been in the making with AC3 director at the helm for a while and was rumored to have been cancelled. We would rule out Beyond Good & Evil 2, still too early, while there could be news about Rainbow Six.
Which are your bets? Let us know in the comments below.