On the account to the Games Industry Ubisoft is decision putting it into upcoming games up on shelves between April and September 2021. It is also a reeling from the worldwide for a COVID 19 pandemic which has set development to the teams back along with “the production challenges work has been related to work from home”. Yves Guillemot who was the CEO of Ubisoft said it was a fast growing section for games while competitive advantages continue to be fully validated by recent industry announcements by consolidation and new platform launches. Now 2020 came to an end, Ubisoft said that they hope to come back from some losses
rainbow six quarantine release date
The zombie spin of Rainbow Six was slated for a 2020 launch since it’s has been announcement at E3 from 2019. This means all the players will be waiting a bit longer from Far Cry’s initial the releasing date is of February 18, 2020. The release has been pushed later to April 2022, at the start of a new fiscal year for counting game sales and revenue. The game was meant also for tie closely to the Avatar 2 release, out in this theatre was planned to release on December 2022.
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Ubisoft reported that an 8.5 percent has been increase in overall game sales and raking over for $880 million during the first half a year of 2020. The studio also gained in the results from switching to digital services, with the focus growing from 82 to 86 percent between games and its player base. Much of the pandemic has also resulted in Ubisoft had losing all around 1.3 percent in revenue since June 2020, dropping shy of $385 million
New feathers are waiting
Yves Guillemot suggested the next generation of consoles would significantly change the Ubisoft’ s model for releasing digital games as more players secure their favorite titles without going to stores. Its next generation and current generation launches of Watch Dogs Legion, Assassin is Creed Valhalla and Immortals Fenyx Rising are a tip of the iceberg for Ubisoft is revenue in the next coming months despites it get delays for future games. It’s worth noting many of the company’s plans include a next generation development of a movie licensed game based on James Cameron’s anticipated sci-fi 3D sequel Avatar 2, with Ubisoft publishing the game in tandem and along with a Massive Entertainment.