Along with reiterating that Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope, and Skull and Bones would release this fiscal year, Ubisoft also recently provided some interesting details on its three “largest brands.” For its full-year 2021-22 earnings, the Assassin’s Creed, Far Cry and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six franchises each generated over €300 million net bookings.
Net bookings for Assassin’s Creed “nearly doubled” over 2019-20 (though that period was bereft of any new releases). Assassin’s Creed Valhalla continues to perform well with more unique players in 2021-22 than 2020-21, no doubt thanks to its extensive post-launch support and the recent Dawn of Ragnarok expansion. Far Cry as a brand had its “best year ever” with the last major release being Far Cry 6 in October 2021.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six series saw a growth in net bookings thanks to the release of Rainbow Six Extraction. Despite the latter receiving underwhelming reviews, it still garnered more than five million players in its first month. A reveal for Nightmare Fog, presumably its next limited-time event, is coming later today. As for Rainbow Six Siege, it crossed 80 million players as of February 2022 and saw the start of Season 7 in March.
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