Ubisoft has reportedly canceled a number of in-development titles, together with the beforehand introduced Ghost Recon Frontline and Splinter Cell VR.
The writer introduced the cancellations in an investor name, a part of the identical earnings report that exposed the delay of Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora. Ghost Recon Frontline was a battle royale tackle the franchise unveiled final October. It boasted 100+ participant matches and was positioned as Ubisoft’s subsequent massive live-service title. Exterior of a deliberate closed beta that by no means got here to go, Frontline by no means had a launch window, and the sport was closely criticized by followers who needed a extra conventional Ghost Recon expertise. You possibly can watch the reveal trailer under.
Splinter Cell VR was revealed in September 2020, and it was to be a brand-new Splinter Cell title made out of the bottom up for digital actuality. The sport hadn’t made a lot of a peep since then. Murderer’s Creed VR, which was revealed alongside it, nonetheless appears to be taking place, although.
Ubisoft CFO Frederick Duguet instructed traders that canceling these titles and the 2 introduced initiatives was a cost-cutting measure to emphasise “much more deal with our greatest improvement alternatives.”
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