Ubisoft plans to release five 3A-class games in the coming year of 2020, three of which will be available from October to December 2020. Ubisoft is understood to have revealed plans to sell for the following year in a telephone report. Ubisoft plans to launch five 3A-class games between Fiscal Year 2020 (April 2020 and March 2021), three of which will be identified as Watchdog: Legion, Watanabe, Rainbow Six: Blockade, and will be available from October to December 2020.
According tomedia editors, the other two games are “Island Horror” and “Assassin’s Creed” new works. The much-anticipated new book “Cell Divide” and Beyond Good and Evil 2 are not included.
As the “French cannery” in the mouth of players, Ubisoft has been criticized for its “Ubisoft sandbox” homogenization. Although “The Assassin’s Creed: The Odyssey” received some plaudits for its excellent restoration of Greek history, the failed sales of Block 2 and Ghostbusters: Breaking Point directly led Ubisoft to opt for a delay in the improvement of many games.
For now, the pace of Ubisoft’s game launch in 2020 won’t slow down. At least the three games, Watchman: Legionnaires’ Army, Rainbow Six: Segregation and Watanisation, have all been postponed by Ubisoft to elaborate, and it’s worth looking forward to how effective.