A move from Ubisoft to improve quality. While the company postponed Skull and Bones again, it also canceled three unannounced games.
Ubisoft, the maker of games such as Assassin’s Creed, Far Cry and Rainbow Six, has canceled three games that have not been announced yet. This decision, which is thought to have been taken for the decrease in the stocks of the company, may have been taken to focus and improve the productions that will be released.
Three of Ubisoft’s unannounced games have been canceled
In the last few years, the company, which has been the target of criticism arrows because it could not give the players what they wanted in serial productions such as AC and Far Cry and remained low in sales figures, started to take steps to correct this situation. It turned out that Ubisoft, which announced that it was delaying Skull and Bones again this morning, canceled three unannounced games immediately after this move. Of course, we do not know what these productions are, but we hope that it is not one of the games that we all expect and constantly rumored.
“We are disappointed with our recent performance. As the industry continues to shift towards mega-brands and endless live games in the context of worsening economic conditions affecting consumer spending, we face contrasting market dynamics,” Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot said in a statement.
Wherever the loss is returned, it is profit. We hope that these decisions taken by the company will yield good results for us, the players.