According to the latest financial report presented, Ubisoft plans to present three more new games that have not yet been announced, by the end of the fiscal year 2020. In a period from January to March next year, there will be the possibility that the French company can announce 3 new games, in addition to the already revealed Ghost Recon Breakpoint, and one of these could be Far Cry 6.
The rumors that revolve around possible new titles are many and today we bring you the news that concerns just one of these. A user that has been defined well informed on 4chan, Anonymous, revealed some major information. We remind you that this is a rumor so they are only speculations that have both the possibility of being true and of being a staging. In any case, the user in question has provided in his discussion a list of possible games that could be announced by Ubisoft.
Here is the list of the various teams of the French company and their projects in the near future:
Ubisoft Toronto: Far Cry 6
Ivory Tower: The Crew 2
Massive Entertainment: The Division 2
Ubisoft Annecy: The Division 2
Ubisoft Barcelona: VR Projects
Ubisoft Belgrade: Ghost Recon Breakpoint DLC, Ghost Recon Wildlands DLC, The Crew 2 DLC
Ubisoft Berlin: Far Cry 5.5
Ubisoft Bucharest: Assassin’s Creed Kingdom, Ghost Recon Breakpoint
Ubisoft Kiev: Trials Rising, Assassin’s Creed Kingdom (PC port)
Ubisoft Leamington: Assisting Ubisoft Reflections
Ubisoft Milan: Rabbids Kingdom 2
Ubisoft Montpellier: Beyond Good and Evil 2
Ubisoft Montreal: Assassin’s Creed Kingdom
Ubisoft Odesa: Assisting Kiev
Ubisoft Paris: Ghost Recon Breakpoint
Ubisoft Reflections: Far Cry 6, Ghost Recon Breakpoint, Skull and Bones (vehicle physics and simulations)
Ubisoft Shanghai: Skull and Bones
Ubisoft Singapore: Skull and Bones
Ubisoft Sofia: Assassin’s Creed Kingdom
According to the leaker, Ubisoft is working on the above-mentioned titles. Far Cry 6, the new Assassin’s Creed Kingdom, Mario + Rabbids 2 Kingdom 2, are some of the titles that are most eagerly awaited by fans and immediately catches the eye.
The question that now comes to mind is: will this source be reliable? Do you believe at least one of the titles mentioned in the list will be presented soon?