Ubisoft has new mobile games in several of its iconic brands, and it has already announced release dates for two of them. According to the company’s most recent quarterly financial reports the Division Resurgence and the Rainbow Six Mobile are both anticipated to premiere in FY 2023/24, which spans from April 1 this year to March 31 next year. Moreover, Ubisoft reaffirmed in its report that it also intended to release Assassin’s Creed Mirage, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, Skull and Bones, The Crew Motorfest, and another “big” unnamed game in FY 2023/24 in addition to the two mobile games. Rainbow Six and Division Mobile
Rainbow Six Mobile and The Division Resurgence is scheduled to be released in the next fiscal year.
Fiscal year for Ubisoft starts in April.
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A fully open-world looter shooter called The Division Resurgence will have a PvE campaign that can be played alone or with a friend, as well as PvP options like the Dark Zone. The Rainbow Six Mobile, meanwhile, aims to replicate the tactical 5v5 experience of its console cousins on mobile platforms. The Division Resurgence will be an attempt to create a full-fledged AAA shooter for mobile platforms. It will have a story campaign, which can be completed in single-player or cooperative mode.
The Division Heartland is a free-to-play PvPvE survival shooter game for PC and consoles that is still in development by Ubisoft. Also, they have said that Division 3 won’t be developed and would instead focus on Division 2’s fourth year of seasonal content.
Co-founder and CEO Yves Guillemot commented on the new game releases by saying, “Since we are focused on growing on our capabilities, we are focussing our efforts on major brands and long-lasting live games. Even though the macro climate had an impact on the video game business and our Q3 performance, our well-known franchises and Live games had good success. Rainbow Six Siege has done remarkably well in a shooter game market that is extremely competitive. Seven years after the game’s debut, this momentum is encouraging as we prepare to release Rainbow Six Mobile the following fiscal year”.
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