Besides Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, which was announced last week alongside its October 4 release date, you might be looking at Ubisoft and wondering what other games it has up its sleeves. Beyond Good & Evil 2, Skull & Bones, and The Settlers are all announced but none of them have release dates. Well, according to a new financial report, the publisher has three unannounced games, all of which it plans to release before March next year.
Now, the games we know about already might be getting release dates at E3. The Settlers, for instance, we know is due out in "fall" this year. But what could those unannounced games be?
Assassin's Creed rumours point to a Viking game next
We've been hearing rumours about an Assassin's Creed Viking game called Kingdom. The last DLC for Odyssey has been wrapping up and it was expected that the new game would be coming in 2020, but is it likely it would come so early in the year?
There's also been rumours of a new Watch Dogs game set in London. And, if it's in development, I think there's a good chance that it could be coming this year. After all, Watch Dogs 2 was only announced at E3 2016 and then it released in November later that year. We could see a similarly short cycle for Watch Dogs 3.
Another series with potential for a release in the next year is a new Far Cry. The series has been a big earner, with Far Cry 5 being the best selling Ubisoft game of this generation. Where would the team take the series after America?
A new Splinter Cell is no laughing matter
Ignoring the possibility that it might be a completely new series, what else might Ubisoft be working on? While there's been a lot of Splinter Cell chatter recently, if there is one in development already, is it far enough along to be released in the next 10 months? How about a new Mario + Rabbids? What has that team been up to since the last DLC was released in June last year? A new The Crew game?
If I were to go out on a wild limb, I'd love to see a new Prince of Persia or a campaign focused Rainbow Six game.We'll learn a lot more about what's coming at Ubisoft's E3 conference in a few weeks. What would you like to see announced? Let us know on Facebook and Twitter.
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