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  1. In the past six months, Ubisoft has discontinued seven games. Most unknown but not all, such as Splinter Cell VR. On Wednesday, an emergency meeting was held with Ubisoft and investors, where closures and further Skull and Bones delays were agreed upon. Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot expresses disappointment. He highlights industry changes and the economic situation of the rest of the world. " We are clearly disappointed by our recent performance. We are facing contrasted market dynamics as the industry continues to shift towards mega-brands and everlasting live games, in the context of worsening economic conditions affecting consumer spending. " Ubisoft has reportedly spent the past four years adapting its major brands, Assassin's Creed, Far Cry, Ghost Recon, Rainbow Six and The Division , to keep up with industry changes. However, they have not yet been able to reap the benefits, while new games have underperformed. For example, Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope did "significantly and surprisingly" worse than expected. Changes await - unclear exactly which ones In the next fiscal year (April 2023 through March 2024), it plans to release Assassin's Creed Mirage, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora and "other yet-to-be-announced premium games, including a major, as well as promising free-to-play game that builds on some of our biggest brands". Guillemot concludes with optimism. He believes Ubisoft can reverse the trend and that they have the ability. The board has also approved "additional strategic and operational decisions", for the good of the company. However, it is unclear how these look concretely, but presumably money will be saved. The CEO also notes that older games, like Rainbow Six, continue to perform and the future looms. " We expect our strategy to build long-lasting live games and transform our biggest brands into truly global phenomenon with multiple offerings across platforms and business models, to ultimately generate significant value creation, with strong topline and operating income growth over the coming years. "
  2. The acquisitions in the gaming industry continue, and this time it is once again Chinese Tencent that has the spending pants on. Now they have invested approximately three billion dollars in buying 49.9 percent of Guillemot Brothers Limited – the holding company of the Ubisoft founding Guillemot brothers, which also owns the majority of their Ubisoft shares. It also entitles Tencent to 5 percent of the voting rights in Guillemot Brothers Limited. However, more investments in France may become relevant, as Tencent has also been given the green light to increase its direct ownership of Ubisoft from 4.5 to 9.99 percent. After that, however, they must wait at least eight years before increasing their ownership. They are guaranteed to take advantage of this, as it was previously said that they want to buy more of Ubisoft. It has long been rumored that Ubisoft might be acquired, and management's response has basically been that they have no problem continuing to operate independently, but that they will consider any offers that come their way.
  3. There was a lot of Assassin's Creed news during Ubisoft's Showcase. In addition to Assassin's Creed: Mirage and lots of other things, Ubisoft also teased a multiplayer-oriented Assassin's Creed. The game is codenamed Invictus and Marc-Aleix Coté said: “The reasoning behind having a multiplayer initiative as well is I feel Assassin’s Creed can branch into different channels. We’ve only scratched the surface of what we can do with the Animus with Assassin’s Creed. We’ve had multiplayer in the past but that was not super accessible. “How can we expand upon that to have something that’s more approachable, more mass market and use this knowledge that we’ve had on games like For Honor and Rainbow Six to have a fun experience that leverages the franchise. It is unclear what exactly this will be about. But if the game is being developed by people who worked on For Honor and Rainbow Six Siege , is it likely to be some kind of team or solo assassin PVP? The game will be part of the Assassin's Creed hub Infinity (which was also announced during Ubisoft's Showcase).
  4. Netflix and Ubisoft are now saying they will collaborate on the development of three mobile games for Netflix from some of the world's most beloved gaming franchises starting in 2023. The three games are expansions of the Valiant Hearts, Mighty Quest and Assassin's Creed universes and will be available exclusively on mobile for Netflix subscribers, without ads or in-app purchases. This is how Netflix writes about the three games: "A new Valiant Hearts game – the successor to Ubisoft's multi-award winning game Valiant Hearts – is directed by the original core team and will retain the same DNA but have a new story. The game will be available to Netflix members in January 2023. Following the critically acclaimed mobile game The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot, The Mighty Quest is coming to Netflix in 2023 with a new game. This time around, the game will draw inspiration from the roguelike genre to deliver an experience that celebrates the series premiere of hack'n'slash combat in a fresh and replayable format. Assassin's Creed fans will be able to immerse themselves in the Assassin's Creed universe on Netflix in more ways than one: In addition to the previously announced live-action series, a brand new mobile game is being developed exclusively for Netflix.
  5. Ubisoft chooses to raise the price of AAA games for the latest console generation. Starting with Skull and Bones , you'll get to cough up more for the company's big game. This applies to both Playstation 5 and Xbox Series. The announcement of the price increase is given by the company's CEO Yves Guillemont in an interview with Axiom. He says the price tag is raised to $70 for big games. A look at the digital console stores tells you that you can pay $79 for the standard version of Skull and Bones (released on November 8). That's the same price that Sony charges for its big new PS5 games digitally, and even games from some other publishers have that price tag (Fifa 23, for example) Microsoft, for its part, has chosen not to raise the price of Xbox Series games: their own games normally costs around $60 at release (also available on Game Pass). Prior to this console generation, new console games have been priced at $60 for several generations, so an increase was hardly unexpected. However, it is surprising(?) that Ubisoft comes out with the increase now instead of when the consoles were launched.
  6. Well, just when we thought it was finally time, it wasn't time at all. Ubisoft's project Skull and Bones was supposed to be released on November 8, i.e. in just over a month, but now they have announced that this will not be the case. The game is instead postponed until March 9 next year. On Twitter, they write that the game is actually already finished, but that they received some feedback from technical tests and their insider program, which convinced them that the game needs to be polished and balanced to deliver the best possible experience. More tests will be arranged in the insider program (which you can sign up for here), and they also promise that an open beta test will be organized in the near future. Skull and Bones is a multiplayer game where the focus is on ship battles and to some extent exploration. However, we will not be able to go ashore wherever we want, but only at certain places.
  7. The rumor keeps on going. Bloomberg reports that Ubisoft is talking to potential buyers about a sale of the company. It all doesn't seem entirely unreasonable given all the problems Ubisoft has faced lately, with declining share prices, sales that didn't meet expectations and internal personnel issues that have received a lot of negative attention. According to Bloomberg, it is private equity firms that are currently feeling Ubisoft on the pulse, two of which are named: Blackstone and KKR & Co. According to Kotaku, Ubisoft has been questioning potential buyers and their intentions for a year. However, the big boss Yves Guillemot has relatively recently stated that the company can remain independent of other owners: At the same time, he left the door open: Given what the recent past has delivered in the form of unexpected takeovers, perhaps a Ubisoft deal wouldn't raise too many eyebrows.
  8. The back and forth project Skull and Bones has been running here and there for several years, and is said to have cost Ubisoft over one billion dollars. But even though it has been described as "too big to fail", some have probably doubted that the finished game will ever be launched. A light in the tunnel, however, is the fact that Ubisoft is now looking for testers for it. The so-called Insider program has now started, and you can register here. This is not a widespread beta or alpha test, but something on a much smaller scale. It all of course includes strict agreements not to disseminate any information or material from the test, so outsiders should probably not expect to see anything. Skull and Bones was announced in 2017. Since then, the project has been restarted, changed vision and undergone a number of other crises. We can only keep our fingers crossed that it is now on the right course. Ubisoft has previously stated that they aim to release it before April 2023.
  9. Last summer it was clear: neither we, Ubisoft nor Odin were finished with Eivor or Assassin's Creed Valhalla. In December, "the biggest Assassin's Creed expansion ever" was presented, with Dawn of Ragnarök. And now it's high time to dive deep into it. The expansion Dawn of Ragnarök is bigger than many full-length games (around "35 hours"), and in the trailer we get a story background, game mechanical news and mythical views. In the expansion we mainly play as Odin who came to Svartalfheim to save his son, Baldr. There we meet, among other things, an "immortal" giant. There are also rumors that a smaller Assassin's Creed is underway, with a richer stealth focus.
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