Well, the next 14 months are going to prove pretty action-packed for Ubisoft, as they have, yes count em, FIVE triple-A titles in the pipeline due for release, which is a pretty intense schedule for any developer.
Of course, a lot of this comes about due to most of Ubisoft's games being pushed back as a result of the disastrous launches of Ghost Recon Breakpoint and The Division 2, which has caused the company to realise it's probably not a good idea to rush games out the door before they're ready.
At the time, Ubisoft's CEO Yves Guillemot stated that he wanted to give development teams more time to get things right, to avoid the same disastrous results. The news did have an impact on the company's financial result for the last year, but ultimately, may end up paying dividends.
Included in the lineup of games due to release are Watch Dogs Legion, one I'm personally very excited for as well as Rainbow Six Quarantine, and Gods and Monsters. All three of these games were pushed back from the previous financial year.
Guillemot stated during the financial investors conference call that "We are excited by the prospect of our lineup. The competitive environment will be challenging, but our production is progressing well, and our games will benefit from strong differentiation pillars. We also believe we have a well-balanced release schedule planned. It is not the first time we have had many releases in a given year, with five triple-As in financial year 15 "