Ubisoft: “Annual Assassin’s Creed delay before the target ‘




During talks with investors Yves Guillemot, co-founder and director of Ubisoft announced that annual releases of Assassin’s Creed will not immediately be the goal. Even after the scheduled break for 2016 remains that way.

Ubisoft logo Since Assassin’s Creed II was released, the series has become one of Ubisoft’s annual releases in 2009. With the previously announced break for the series in 2016 is moving away from this trend. During a question and answer session with investors asked whether Assassin’s Creed again going to be an annual release after his return in 2017. Guillemot said that Ubisoft will continue to publish the game series regularly, but not necessarily every year is the goal. This is evident from the reports of media that the talks could follow, such GamesIndustry.biz.

Nevertheless, the CFO Alain Martinez said that if the next game strikes the right direction, then it is possible that the sequel may already come next year. The next Assassin’s Creed is scheduled for 2017 and is located rumored to play in Egypt. The publisher did not confirm this, let all who know that the game will not play at the time of the Inquisition in Spain. That is the setting for the AC film to come out this year. The reason for breaking the routine annual release of Assassin’s Creed is the disappointing sales of AC: Unity and AC: Syndicate.

During the presentation of the quarterly figures showed Ubisoft already know that the sequel to Watchdogs and the new South Park game The Fractured but Whole released in April 2017. It also made ​​it known to work on a complete new triple-A game. During the talks with investors Ubisoft announced that this new game focuses on multiplayer, but will still contain a single player campaign.


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