At the time of a latest earnings call, Yves Guillemot (Ubisoft co-founder and CEO) declared that the publisher is operating on 5 titles for the next Xbox console by Microsoft, as per media. 3 of the 5 games are Gods & Monsters, Watch Dogs: Legion, and Rainbow Six: Quarantine, which will be launched both on the upcoming Xbox and the present Xbox One. The upcoming device is dubbed as Scarlett. The Scarlett editions of the titles will most probably sport improved graphics and quicker frame rates. The other two titles have yet to be declared.
Previous week, Ubisoft declared delays for almost every title it has in progress. With this new data, it appears probable that the decision was intended to offer creators time to make next-gen editions of the titles before Xbox Scarlett rolls out in late next year. It is strange that Guillemot only cited Xbox Scarlett and not the PlayStation 5 by Sony, which is rolling out around the same period. Ubisoft’s titles are normally launched on both Sony and Microsoft devices.
Device launch line-ups are frequently very weak, so it is reassuring to be aware that users will have a number of options to select when they choose up the newest devices. With any luck, more publishers will declare more games in the coming period.
On a related note, by most accounts, the newest game from Assassin’s Creed publisher Ubisoft (Ghost Recon Breakpoint) is a broken clutter. Due to its unfinished condition, the title performed very poorly in its initial week of accessibility that Ubisoft lately postponed most of its primary 2020 launches. On the other hand, in a blog post posted this week, the publisher showed how it aims to solve the error. To begin, Ubisoft claims it will prioritize dealing with stability issues and most annoying bugs of Breakpoint.