Ubisoft Three Unannounced Titles Are Set To Debut By March 2020

According to the official earnings report that Ubisoft published as of today, the company has three “unannounced AAA games” set to launch Q4 in the fiscal year 2020. If you don’t know, that time frame ends on March 31st, 2020.

It looks like Ubisoft has three tower clearing games set in an empty open world that features menial tasks for players to complete in the works, which will debut sometime in FY20. All jokes aside that might be true, three “unique” Ubisoft games are underway as of this moment.

I’m sure these three games by Ubisoft will feature typical SJW themes that game journos will ignore while pleading the trio should be more political, which will complete the cycle that was fulfilled with Farcry 5 (2), The Division 2, and Ghost Recon: Breakpoint.

Anyway, it’s worth noting that Yves Guillemot said during the investor call that each of the games (referring to the three) are “full-priced releases.” Ubisoft also suggests that the games will be “unique experiences” that will supposedly fill spaces in the market.

The three mysterious games will likely be announced or teased at this year’s E3 or Gamescom. I’m not quite sure what they are because I’m not interested, but if you are the two named events will likely have you covered.

Moreover, Ubisoft reports that it has “four AAA” titles planned for the fiscal year 2020. The first of the four games is Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, which is set to release on PC (sans Steam), PS4, and Xbox One on October 4th, 2019.

As of now, rumors, which you should take with a grain of salt, suggest we’ll see a new Assassin’s Creed, Skull and Bones, Watch Dogs, Splinter Cell, Rayman 4, or WiLD as one of the three titles.

Finally, you can learn more about Ubisoft’s earnings report by heading on over to ubistatic19-a.akamaihd.net.

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