During Ubisoft’s financial conference call for investors and analysts, chief executive officer Yves Guillemot and chief financial officer Frédérick Duguet talked about upcoming releases.
We already knew that the developer has five AAA games coming between April 2020 and March 2021 including the delayed Watch Dogs Legion, Gods & Monsters, and Rainbow Six Quarantine, on top of two titles from Ubisoft’s “biggest franchises.”
Three of these games will be released in the third quarter of the fiscal year, which means between October and December, while two more will come in Q4, between January and March.
This is slightly different compared to previous expectations, but Duguet clarified that it isn’t a reaction to moves by the competition.
One of the titles that were previously delayed has been moved further into Q4.
He also added that the publisher is very happy of what they’re seeing of the development of those games, and each has a strong identity to stand out in the market.
More information will come in May at the next financial announcement.
Guillemot mentioned that E3 will be a good chance to demonstrate the quality of the lineup and added that the next generation of consoles will be a “great catalyst for the insustry momentum in 2020.”
If you’re interested in Ubisoft’s financial performance, the publisher just announced its quarterly financial results, which you can read in our dedicated article.