Ubisoft continues to fall apart and what was once the largest video game company in Europe has become a mess with problems and scandals everywhere. In recent days, the fracture between managers and workers has been made public, with the former demanding and taking responsibility for the present and the future, while the latter question how to do it in such precarious conditions. As if this were not enough, another controversy has arisen and that is that the list of upcoming Ubisoft games has been leaked and it is not exciting at all.
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Ubisoft’s lineup for the next few months is a mess
An Insider-Gaming report shared details about Ubisoft’s releases for the next fiscal year, that is, everything that will come out between April 2023 and March 2024, practically a nightmare lineup for the company’s ambitions that does not know how. remedy your situation. According to the information, there are 11 video games, 5 confirmed for consoles such as PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PC, but of these only 2 are outlined as traditional action and adventure games, the rest are for mobile and VR devices, with many free-to-play and online multiplayer.
Recently, Ubisoft workers stated that originality has been left behind and the company’s objectives are to join market trends in search of an economic miracle, which is why the latest titles that have been released have had poor results and there are many cancellations. . Apparently, and taking into account the list of titles that will come out in the coming months, nothing will change and Ubisoft will have to continue to survive somehow.
What are the video games that Ubisoft will release between April 2023 and March 2024?
The Division Heartland ― free to play and online multiplayer (consoles and PC) Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora ― first-person action-adventure game (consoles and PC) xDefiant ― free to play and arena shooter (consoles and PC) Assassin’s Creed Mirage ― action-adventure game (consoles and PC) Skull and Bones ― action-adventure game with online multiplayer (consoles and PC) Project Orland ― Forza Horizon-style racing game Assassin’s Creed Nexus ― virtual reality game for Meta Quest 2 The Division Resurgence ― PvP mobile game Rainbow 6 Mobile ― mobile game Assassin’s Creed Jade ― mobile game Assassin’s Creed Netflix ― mobile game in collaboration with the platform
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