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Ubisoft has 10 releases in the works this fiscal year, as Q1 results drop

Including mystery "large game".

Ubisoft's Q1 results are in and net sales are down nine percent year-on-year, but there are still 10 games set to launch in the remainder of this fiscal year.

Net sales for Q1 2023-2024 were €288.9m (approx $321.4m), down from €318.2m last year (approx $354m), according to the company's latest financial report.

Despite the drop, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot said the company "delivered a better-than-expected performance".

There were some positives, with net bookings and daily active users of Rainbow Six Siege growing due to new seasonal content. Other live service games like The Division 2 and The Crew 2 also had "strong activity".

The company is now looking ahead, with Guillemot picking out the "highly regarded" Ubisoft Forward event for "positioning us favourably for the upcoming months and years".

The company has 10 games in its FY24 line-up, including the following nine and one other "large game":

  • Assassin's Creed Mirage
  • Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora
  • Rainbow Six Mobile
  • The Division Resurgence
  • Just Dance 24 edition
  • Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown
  • Skull and Bones
  • The Crew Motorfest
  • XDefiant

Assassin's Creed Mirage is due out 12th October; Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora will be out on 7th December; and Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown we know is due 18th January 2024.

Meanwhile XDefiant is due out this summer; The Crew Motorfest is set to release at some point this year; and the perennially delayed Skull and Bones is due 2023-2024.

It's the mystery "large game" that's raising eyebrows, however. Perhaps the likeliest option is Star Wars: Outlaws, recently shown at the Ubisoft Forward. Beforehand, it was reported the company's (then unknown) Star Wars game was targeting an early 2024 release but that it "hasn't been progressing well".

It's since had gameplay shown and is set to have huge planets that aren't procedurally generated.

Is Ubisoft just being cautious in case the date slips? Or is there another mystery game in the works we're yet to see?

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