Ubisoft Reportedly Releasing Five AAA Titles By March 2021

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Between Gods and Monsters, Watch Dogs: Legion, and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Quarantine, Ubisoft appears to have some big plans for the future. Still, these are only the confirmed titles that the company has planned. Now, it appears that isn’t all the company hopes to accomplish between this year and the next, as there may be two more AAA titles arriving by the end of March 2021.

Video Game analyst Daniel Ahmad posted a series of Tweets concerning a recent earnings call with claims that the Ubisoft is set to release a total of 5 titles between October 2020 and March of 2021. Gods and Monsters, Watch Dogs: Legion, and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Quarantine are all expected to arrive in the fourth quarter of this year, while the other two titles remain a mystery for now.

There are plenty of rumors and ideas floating around as to what could be on the way including multiple rumors of an Assassin’s Creed title set in a Norse landscape. Other possibilities include the long-awaited return of Sam Fisher and the Splinter Cell franchise, or perhaps even a new Far Cry title. There’s also a possibility that the developers could be creating something entirely new, but for now, fans will have to wait and see. Ahmad did mention in his posts that Ubisoft will explain more in a future earnings call sometime this May.

What are you hoping to see next from Ubisoft? Let us know your thoughts on the upcoming games arriving in 2021 and more in the comments section below. As always don’t forget to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for 24/7 coverage of all things gaming and entertainment.

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