Ubisoft is obviously a massive player in the video game business, but we'd argue it's one of the publishers that's really improved over the course of this generation. Watch Dogs 2, Assassin's Creed Origins, and Far Cry 5 were all well received, pushing their respective franchises in different directions or to new heights. That looks set to continue, with The Division 2 looking very promising and plenty of intriguing games on the horizon.
During its recent financial earnings call, Ubi discussed, among other things, its slate of software for the new fiscal year. It seems the publisher has big plans, hoping to launch three or possibly four AAA titles between April 2019 and March 2020. Exactly what those games will be is up for debate. Skull & Bones will surely be out at some point in 2019. Meanwhile, a new Splinter Cell game has been heavily rumoured for some time, as has a potential Watch Dogs 3 -- could we see either of these release before this time next year?
We'll of course have to wait and see what emerges. What games do you want to see from Ubisoft this year? Get your predictions ready in the comments below.