Ubisoft's latest financial call has revealed the French video game giant will be releasing a total of five triple-A games before April next year. Three will arrive in the third quarter of its next financial year (October through to December 2020), and the other two will be released in the fourth quarter (January to March).
At the moment, only three of these games are known. They include Watch Dogs Legion, the Switch bound release Gods & Monsters, and Rainbow Six Quarantine. All of these titles were delayed last October to increase the development time.
So, what are the other two? Apparently, they'll be based on Ubisoft's "biggest" franchises. Kotaku's news editor Jason Schreier seems to think one is a Viking-themed Assassin's Creed title and that the other is a new Far Cry game.
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