In a new financial press release, Ubisoft confirmed that he canceled three more unannounced games, which means that since July 2022, the publisher has boxed at least seven different video games. This is another bad news for the publisher, who also confirmed that recent games like Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope they underperformed during the holiday season.
The last few years have been difficult for Ubisoft, which continues to struggle to improve its apparently toxic work environment and continues to try (and fail) to release great games like Skull and Bones, Prince of Persia, and the tie-in. in the movie Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora. The pandemic has also made things more difficult for the company, which is adapting to staff working from home and all the problems this brings. In a press release published today, Ubisoft explains that to deal with this situation it has decided to cancel even more games and to reduce profit targets for the next quarter.
Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot explained to staff that these projects have been canceled due to further limit risks and help the company be more profitable in the future. These three new canceled games add to the list of four previously canceled Ubisoft titles, including two Tom Clancy games: Free-to-play shooter Ghost Recon Frontline and a VR Splinter Cell project. That brings the total canceled games from July to seven, and that’s just what we know publicly. What games is Ubisoft still working on?
What are the games that Ubisoft still has in the pipeline for 2023? Well surprisingly many, even after these seven canceled projects.
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