The Division 2 deficit on consoles, Skull & Bones transfer, three AAA projects and other news from the Ubisoft report

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The Ubisoft company has deferred during the past fiscal year and has announced plans for the near future.

In particular, the adventure of the pirates of the Skull & Bones network has been transferred to the next fiscal year (the period from 1 April 2020) and will not be shown at the next E3 show. But until March 31, Ubisoft will release three unannounced AAA projects and, the other day, Ghost Recon Breakpoint, which is scheduled for October 4th of this year. Three mysterious projects will appear in the first quarter of 2020.

The company's revenue for the reporting period amounted to $ 2.07 billion and operating income – $ 112.04 million.

Ubisoft celebrated the success of the network action movie Rainbow Six: Siege, whose revenue on the market has reached the value of 1.12 billion dollars. The user base of the game has grown by 40% compared to the previous year and the project has more than 45 million registered users.

Assassin's Creed: Odyssey has set a record for a series of "fixed user costs" in the game (DLC sales, Season Pass kits and microtransactions). The game sells better than Origins. There are excellent indicators of the involvement of players in Odyssey.

Far Cry 5, released in March 2018 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One, is Ubisoft's best-selling game on the current console generation.

Sales The Division 2 on consoles lifted up below expected. Specific data are not reported. On the other hand, there is an "enthusiasm of the turntable" for the project and the beginning of the PC game comparable to the first part. The game is sold to Uplay ten times better than the first part, but the original was available on Steam.

Furthermore, there is an increase in revenues from digital sales and "recurring user costs".

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