The information about Ubisoft's plans for their fiscal year 2024 has been leaked revealing eleven new titles the company is working on.
Insider Gaming obtained unofficial information from a source connected to Ubisoft that the French gaming behemoth plans to release eleven new titles in their fiscal year 2024. (March 2023 to April 2024).
After two turbulent weeks at Ubisoft, during which the business had to cope with an announced labour strike and many postponements of stated and undisclosed titles , many began to fear that Ubisoft was dealing with far more serious issues than they were presenting to the public. Although Ubisoft has been giving information, claiming the delays are mostly due to greater concentration on the existing projects they are working on, it did not appear to be very convincing to anybody.
This leak of information about the upcoming titles in fiscal 2024 could have been orchestrated by Ubisoft themselves in an attempt to calm the storm and mitigate the damage caused by the negative publicity that has begun to rock the company these days.
According to the leak from Insider Gaming, these are the titles that Ubisoft plan to release in their fiscal year 2024:
- The Division Heartland (Free to Play) – PlayStation 4 , PlayStation 5 , PC , Xbox One , Xbox Series X|S , and Amazon Luna
- Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora – PlayStation 5, PC, and Xbox Series X|S, and Amazon Luna
- xDefiant (Free to Play) – PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Amazon Luna
- Assassin’s Creed Mirage – PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Amazon Luna
- Skull & Bones – PlayStation 5, PC, and Xbox Series X|S, and Amazon Luna
- Project Orland (The Crew) – Unknown Platforms
- Assassin’s Creed Nexus – Oculus 2
- The Division Resurgence – Mobile
- Rainbow 6 Mobile – Mobile
- Assassin’s Creed Codenamed Jade – Mobile
- Assassin’s Creed Netflix Collaboration – Mobile
As you can see, nearly half of the titles on this list were developed for mobile devices. It is well known that games for mobile devices do not require as many resources as multi-platform titles; therefore, it appears that this is also one of the ways for Ubisoft to reach the targeted expense cut of $215 million that they previously disclosed.
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