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Ubisoft promises to start making good games again after the “turning point” with AC Mirage

In the latest financial report, which effectively acknowledges the difficulties and disappointments of Ubisoft in recent years, the company’s CEO and co-founder Yves Guillemot promised to return to regularly releasing quality games.


Ubisoft delivered solid third-quarter results, with net income slightly above our expectations. This quarter gave us a positive outlook and marked the beginning of a turning point in our journey to consistently create and release high-quality, long-lived games.

What’s striking is how straightforward this is an admission of the decline in quality of releases in the past, especially from a top manager. Although, perhaps, Guillemot meant something else, but it sounded exactly like that.

In the report, Ubisoft highlights a “strong pipeline of quality new releases that are built to last,” led by Assassin’s Creed Mirage. The company says it has “successfully leveraged the strength of the Assassin’s Creed brand to offer a return to the roots with the gameplay we love.”

Ubisoft also calls Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora “a new industry milestone in world-building,” and Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown is unanimously praised by critics and players for revitalizing an iconic brand. But The Crew Motorfest continues to outperform The Crew 2 in all metrics since its release.



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