Ubisoft Works On New Games For Microsoft's Next-Gen Xbox
Anil - Nov 02, 2019
Games developed by Ubisoft usually come with compatible versions for both Microsoft and Sony consoles, but not this time.
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According to Game Informer, Ubisoft is working on five video games for the next-gen Xbox console of Microsoft. This news was announced by CEO Yves Guillemot during a company’s earnings call. Amongst them, three titles are set to launch on not only the upcoming Xbox but also the current Xbox One, while the other two have been remained unclear. Those names include Rainbow Six: Quarantine, Gods & Monsters, and Watch Dogs: Legion. As suggested, the new Xbox, dubbed “Scarlett”, will deliver better gaming experiences to gamers with improved graphics and faster frame rates.
Last week, the game publisher announced that it was putting on hold a bunch of major games on its upcoming slate. As such, the decision is said to help developers have more time to create new versions of their games before Microsoft launches the Xbox Scarlett in the second half of 2020. Though Guillemot mentioned Xbox Scarlett, the CEO did not suggest anything about Sony PlayStation 5, which will be rolled out around the same time. In fact, games developed by Ubisoft usually come with compatible versions for both Microsoft and Sony consoles.
It's kind of weak when we refer to console line-ups in the market right now, so gamers will have a better consideration when they want to replace their consoles with a set of latest devices or pick up a new pair. In the near future, we all expect not only Ubisoft but also other publishers to launch more games for console gaming.