Ubisoft has revealed its financial results for the first nine months of the fiscal year 2022-23. Yves Guillemot, Co-founder and CEO of Ubisoft, has confirmed that the company will be focusing on long-lasting live service games like The Division Resurgence and Rainbow Six Mobile.
He stated that Rainbow Six Siege has “performed remarkably well” despite the highly competitive environment for shooter games. The Assassin’s Creed franchise also has some good news as Guillemot claimed the franchise has reached new heights in terms of player engagement during the past quarter, and that the company is thrilled to announce the release of Assassin’s Creed Mirage for players in 2023-24.
He continued by saying that the company plans of bringing The Division to a global audience with The Division Resurgence, which will be released on mobile within the next year.
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Frédérick Duguet, the Chief Financial Officer of Ubisoft said that the next year will see the release of games set in the universes of Assassin’s Creed, Avatar, Rainbow Six, and The Division.
He also said that players will have the opportunity to test out the company’s upcoming long-lasting Live Games like The Crew Motorfest and Skull and Bones. He further went on to say that Ubisoft will release Rainbow Six Mobile sometime during the next fiscal year in hopes of bringing the franchise to a wider audience.
In addition, both Guillemot and Duguet hinted at the release of a big game in the upcoming fiscal year. As the game has not been officially announced, it is unlikely to be a title that is already known.