Ubisoft To Surely Attend E3 Event; Will Have “A Lot Of Things To Show”

We could finally see the reveal of some unannounced projects.

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  • As announced in a recent financial conference call, Ubisoft noted that it would surely attend the E3 event this year, and it reportedly has a lot of projects to show.
  • The company is set to release three games in 2023; Assassin’s Creed Mirage, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, and The Crew: Motorfest is planned, but no release dates have been announced yet.
  • Players will also have a chance to test out games like The Crew Motorfest and Skull and Bones in the next few months. Moreover, the technical test for XDefiant has started today.
  • Mobile projects are also planned to release this year, which include Rainbow Six Mobile and The Division Resurgence for the next fiscal year.

Ubisoft has recently fallen in hard times, with most of its recent projects, besides a few prominent franchises, failing to meet expectations. However, the studio has a lot of entries brewing in its pipeline, including a slew of Assassin’s Creed games. Some of the titles are planned for this year, and we may hear more about them soon.

The giant company has revealed in a recent financial conference call for investors that it is looking forward to attending the E3 event. Ubisoft has emphasized the fact that it will make an appearance in the highly awaited event if it happens this year. Moreover, it also noted that it would announce a lot of titles currently in the brewer.

While answering a direct query, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot has noted that the conglomerate will appear in this year’s E3 event with “a lot of things to show.” The CEO clarified that Ubisoft would make an appearance “If E3 happens.

The 2023 releases include Assassin’s Creed Mirage, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, and The Crew: Motorfest; no actual release dates have been announced yet. However, Ubisoft’s CFO Frédérick Duguet has also updated us regarding the company’s plan for the next fiscal year in the quarterly financial sales report.

Fueling our expectations for strong revenue growth, next fiscal year will see the release of a meaningful line-up, including new titles within the Assassin’s Creed, Avatar, Rainbow Six and The Division universes,” noted Ubisoft CFO Frédérick Duguet.

Furthermore, players will have the chance to test and explore some of the upcoming “long-lasting Live Games,” including The Crew Motorfest, Skull and Bones. Moreover, the technical test for XDefiant, Ubisoft’s forthcoming free-to-play FPS, has already started. 

Besides that, Ubisoft CEO also discussed the upcoming Assassin’s Creed Mirage. The franchise as a whole reportedly reached a new milestone in the last fiscal year.

The Assassin’s Creed franchise reached new player engagement records over the past quarter, and we are excited to bring Assassin’s Creed Mirage to players in 2023-24.

The conglomerate’s other endeavors include launching the Rainbow Six Mobile, and The Division Resurgence, on mobile platforms in the next fiscal year.

There is still a little uncertainty about the E3 event because of the recent pandemic that hindered physical events. Furthermore, the big three tech giants, including Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo, are seemingly not attending the E3 event this year, as per IGN.

Xbox seemingly canceled its E3 appearance due to a marketing budget cut. However, as announced by the Xbox in a blog post, Microsoft is rumored to make an appearance of some type in Los Angeles this year.

Regardless, the revamped live E3 event will take place in the summer months, but no real lineup of the studios that will appear has been officially announced yet.

Ubisoft is a stark defender of the E3 event, as it has always officially attended for the last two whole decades. We can expect the company to take a big part in the E3 expo this year. We could see Ubisoft transition as one of the emerging studios this year after droughts if its recent releases become a sensational hit in the gaming industry.

What are your thoughts regarding Ubisoft’s enthusiasm to reveal a lot of its current projects brewing in the pipeline in the upcoming E3 event? Do let us know your opinions in the comments below.

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