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Ubisoft Reports Over 100 Million Unique Players, Four New AAA Titles Until 2020, Skull & Bones Delayed

The financial researcher Dom shared some pretty interesting details regarding Ubisoft on his official Twitter account, revealing four new AAA titles until March 2020, Skull & Bones postponed and more.

Dom shared reports of Ubisoft’s full-year 2018-19 earnings figures and performance throughout the year. According to the report, Ubisoft is growing strong and they’re breaking records. Take a look :

  • IFRS 15 sales of €1,845.5 million
  • Net bookings at C2,028.6 million (up 17.1%), in line with the target of around €2,050 million
  • – 100 million active unique players (excl. mobile), a record for overall player engagement
  • – Rainbow Six® Siege: more than Cl billion in cumulative net bookings since the game’s release and a 40% year-on-year increase in the player base (to over 45 million)
  • – Assassin’s Creed® Odyssey: record engagement and PRI for the franchise
  • – The Division® 2: record highs for engagement per player and season pass, a 10-fold increase in sales on Uplay compared with The Division
  • – PC net bookings up 78.7% and net bookings in Asia up 62.4%
  • – Esports: 133% surge in the number of hours watched

He also revealed that Ubisoft will be releasing four new AAA titles before March 2020. One of them is Ghost Recon Breakpoint (release date October 4), and the rest is a mystery at the moment.

Those wondering about Skull & Bones, Ubisoft has postponed the release to after 2019-20, which means that the game will release sometime after March 2020.

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