The Division 2 and Ghost Recon Breakpoint have not met the expectations expected in stores.
The confidence of Ubisoft shareholders has fallen after presenting cuts in the expected revenues for the coming months in the gala firm. The shares have fallen by 29% after the forecast reduction of 2,190 million euros to the current 1,450 million euros. It has also reduced, according to Bloomberg, what they expect in the company’s operating income.
Ubisoft has not hesitated to point out the “sharp downward revision” to the newly released Ghost Recon Breakpoint and The Division 2, which have not met the firm’s expectations. With the aim of not repeating past mistakes, the firm has not hesitated to delay the premiere of Gods & Monsters, Rainbow Six Quarantine, Skull and Bones and the new Watch Dogs Legions, which helps explain the expected reduction for the coming months.
From Paris they don’t give up: Ubisoft has confirmed that in 2020 there will be two games of its great sagas. A movement that would undoubtedly help you recover lost credit with your shareholders.
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