Several Significant Titles Are Missing From Ubisoft’s Financial Report!

The Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time remake, for example, or Roller Champions are not on the schedule, while Beyond Good & Evil 2 is… who understands the French publisher’s, Ubisoft mindset?


Here’s a list of all the games we already know about but have no release date or more official details: the Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time remake, The Division Heartland, Rocksmith+, XDefiant, Roller Champions. Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot spoke about the richest release pipeline in the publisher’s history. They are expanding their portfolio with premium, i.e. paid games, and want to bring their established franchises to a much wider audience through free-to-play releases.

From April this year until the end of March 2023, they plan to release Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, Skull & Bones, and the Nintendo Switch-exclusive Mario & Rabbids: Sparks of Hope, among several other titles they’re excited to announce. And on March 22 this year, Oddballers will be released. Also in the pipeline: a Star Wars game from Ubisoft and Massive Entertainment (as LucasFilm Games has taken exclusivity away from Electronic Arts), the Splinter Cell remake, and new, unannounced IPs that will significantly expand the portfolio. These have no release date.

Here’s the exciting thing. In October, the French publisher said it planned to release six premium games in the next year, which includes the Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time remake, Rocksmith+, and The Division: Heartland (but that’s free-to-play, so it’s not that relevant…), and the French company seem to have forgotten about these. Did they shove this trio into the “more exciting games” category? XDefiant got pre-alpha tests with players at the end of 2021, so it will be a long time before it’s ready, so the lack of its presence is understandable.

Roller Champions is interesting: it was supposed to be out by the end of March, but since October, Ubisoft hasn’t factored it in its guidance. Ominous silence after a closed beta and an inactive Twitter account since June. Has the project been shot down?

Source: PSL

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