Assassin s Creed Valhalla marks a milestone in Ubisoft: It is the second game that has generated the most benefits
It seems that everything goes on wheels for Ubisoft, at least in its economic side. After all, he has revealed the tremendous success of Assassin s Creed Valhalla when considering him as the second game that more benefits has generated throughout the history of the company. From what Eivor can take a pat on the back, since his adventure will not only continue to receive content over 2022, but also has flipped records in Ubisoft.
The Assassin s Creed franchise will continue to receive payment content annually This has published the French company in the results of the first quarter of this fiscal year, some data also shared by the analyst Daniel Ahmad, where the milestone stands out Got with Assassin s Creed Valhalla. In addition, it also points out the good start of Far Cry 6, which is on par with the sales of Assassin s Creed Odyssey (in its post-launch days) and that has increased by 25% the user s play time in Comparison to Far Cry 5. A figure that, perhaps, is related to your campaign to contact the player by email to retake the adventure.
Ubisoft report also highlights the good start of Far Cry 6 For this reason, Ubisoft has decided that its Assassin s Creed franchise will continue to receive annual payment content, but it does not specify whether DLC or titles will be discussed Unpublished: We plan to carry new and great content for the second year of Assassin s Creed Valhalla, notably in the second half of this fiscal year, says Ubisoft. An intention that adds to initiatives such as his discovery tour, a historical and educational tour that already has released his era Viking.
In this way, Ubisoft goes on with some projects that will take you by all kinds of roads, as happens with your Remake of Prince of Persia: The Arenas of Time, which is still in development, and A next season of The Division 2 that is delayed. In this sense, the same analyst mentions that both adventures, including Rocksmith +, will be launched between April 2022 and March 2023.
Despite everything, Ubisoft continues with problems beyond video games, since a complaint of harassment cases has revealed many bad experiences in the company. Something you have tried to bury your employees from talking with the press.
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