What you need to know
- Ubisoft has confirmed it has 5 games in development for Xbox Scarlett.
- Watch Dogs: Legion, Gods & Monsters, and Rainbow Six: Quarantine will be cross-generational.
- Two other unannounced games are in the works for next-gen platforms.
Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot revealed during the company's latest earnings call that it has 5 games in development for the next Xbox and PlayStation consoles (via Game Informer). This comes just a week after Watch Dogs: Legion, Rainbow Six: Quarantine, and Gods & Monsters were all delayed. The three aforementioned games will be cross-generational, along with two other unannounced games.
"The five titles, yes, they will be on this generation and the next generation, and they will take full advantage all the new features that are coming with the machines, which are actually going to be extremely interesting for players," Guillemot said. "You will be able to download new content a lot faster, players will experience better framerates there are lots of very good elements that will come with these new machines."
The next Assassin's Creed is likely in development for Xbox Scarlett, though nothing has been confirmed as of yet. Another fan-favorite would be a new Splinter Cell game, but nothing has come to fruition despite multiple rumors.
Microsoft plans to release the next Xbox, codenamed Project Scarlett, in Holiday 2020. Sony will be releasing the PlayStation 5 at this time as well.
Save all of London
Ubisoft is taking us to post-Brexit London with Watch Dogs: Legion. Play as anyone and recruit resistance fighters to join DedSec and take back the city.
Farcry + Assassin's Creed seem like the most obvious options, albeit a bit boring if true.
Not another assassin's creed...give us another year or two please!!!
Amen to that.
Assassin's Creed 5 though 10
So they have one game, because you know, all Ubisoft games feel the same now.
Hint: all the recent delayed games are cross Gen games. They are included in the 5.
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