More recently, it seemed that Ubisoft, simply out of harm, did not close projects, even when they could not be born. What’s up with Skull & Bones ? Confidently on its way to release. A remake of Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time ? Sent to be developed in another studio. Long-suffering Beyond Good & Evil 2 ? Connected to an artificial respiration apparatus.
However, things are changing, and a publisher’s patience can crack. With one stroke of the pen, Ubisoft shut down four games in development at once:
Ghost Recon Frontline is a battle royale that passed the test last year. Feedback forced the authors to reconsider their plans and … And now this same “I” has happened.
Splinter Cell VR – spy adventure with a view from the eyes. Most likely, the authors’ eyes just leaked out.
Two more games that didn’t even have time to properly announce. Was there really a new part of Assassin’s Creed?
Whether or not the publisher will benefit from such a powerful gesture, future releases will show.