Ubisoft will focus on developing many premium productions in the coming years, but more productions from the free-2-play segment will appear on the corporate list. The corporation confirmed the details at a meeting with investors.
Ubisoft has previously confirmed a very good start for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla , and it has now been revealed that it is the second-highest production in Ubisoft’s history. All thanks to very good sales and great interest in accessories. The company also confirmed that Far Cry 6 had a strong start, but in this case there are currently no specific results.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will be developed at least until March 2022, so we can count on a few more expansions that will provide players with additional attractions.
As a result, the corporation does not change its assumptions – it will continue to focus on premium productions (paid games, it will be 80% of the investment), but at the same time intends to take creative risk by creating another new IP. Players can also count on the next free-2-play items.
Ubisoft also confirmed that in the second quarter of 2021, as much as 37% of games were sold on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. This is a really very good result, which shows that the PlayStation community is eagerly reaching for the positions of the French producer and publisher.