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Ubisoft Plans to Release 5 or More PS5 Games By March 2024 – Report

Ubisoft Plans to Release 5 or More PS5 Games By March 2024 – Report

by Ali Mahmud

Ubisoft is reportedly planning to release at least five major PS5 games in FY 2024, which runs from April 1, 2024 to March 31, 2024. Within that timeframe, Ubisoft also hopes to launch several mobile games as well. Hopefully, these games will help the publisher recover from its recent press conference where it revealed the cancellation of three unannounced games and plans for “$200 million in cost reduction.”

List of major Ubisoft PS5 games for FY 2024

According to sources speaking with known insider Tom Henderson for Insider Gaming, here are the high-profile PS5 games that Ubisoft plans to release by March 2024:

  • Assassin’s Creed Mirage
  • Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora
  • Skull and Bones
  • Tom Clancy’s The Division Heartland
  • xDefiant

More than that, a game codenamed Project Orlando is expected to be something to do with The Crew racing franchise. While there are no confirmed platforms for Project Orlando, it’s expected to be a “standalone title” that aims to be on par with Forza Horizon, so a PS5 release is anticipated.

Apart from these console releases, Ubisoft will also focus on Assassin’s Creed Nexus for VR headsets (Oculus Quest 2), along with four mobile games. These include Rainbow Six Mobile, The Division Resurgence, Assassin’s Creed Jade (codename), and an Assassin’s Creed Netflix collab.

It’s still unclear what’s happening with Beyond Good and Evil 2, which is apparently still in development despite reports that it’s going to be canceled. The same goes for the Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time remake that hasn’t been canceled either, but also doesn’t have a release date yet. The list also doesn’t include the untitled Star Wars game by Massive Entertainment, which doesn’t look like it’s getting a 2024 release.

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