In a recent earnings call for Ubisoft, plans for the release of five AAA video games to release sometime between October 2020 and March 2021 were confirmed, courtesy of industry analyst Daniel Ahmad.
The five games include Watch Dogs Legion, Rainbow Six: Quarantine, and Gods and Monsters, including two yet-to-be-announced others. The three that are named are expected to release by December 2020, though no exact release date was mentioned.
As for the other two, Kotaku‘s Jason Schreier claims that Splinter Cell will not be one of them, and it seems Beyond Good and Evil 2 will most likely be ruled out as well. However, there was no mention of Assassin’s Creed, so perhaps that franchise could be one of the new titles in the coming year.
Ahmad also stated that all five titles “are expected to support next-gen consoles” such as the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X with graphics updates to keep up with the new hardware.
The next Ubisoft game slated to be released is Skull & Bones in March 2020, though no exact date was announced.
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