We'd be glad to be proven wrong, but things are not looking good for these games right now.
Ubisoft had reportedly planned a media hands-on event preview event for the first week of February, but it's now delayed.
Users are also reporting that they're being issued automatic refunds for their pre-orders of Ubisoft's delayed pirate action title.
Cancelled projects, delayed games, big-budget titles in limbo, losses and falling stock prices are only the tip of the iceberg.
Ubisoft has released a long video showcasing some gameplay for the recently delayed Skull and Bones, focusing on the game's narrative adventures.
Ubisoft Singapore also promises that information on the new release date and future test phases will be shared "very soon."
Assassin's Creed Mirage, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora and Skull and Bones are also coming in 2023-24, says CFO Frédéric Duguet.
The publisher aims for $200 million in cost reduction, including "divesting of non-core assets." Skull and Bones now launching "early 2023-24."
These are 15 of the most promising open-worlds that you should look forward to playing on your shiny new PS5.
After all of its prolonged development troubles, can Ubisoft's pirate game actually find success?
Ubisoft's pirate game has been hit with yet another delay, with the development team deciding to take some extra time to deliver "the best possible experience."
Ubisoft Singapore's long-delayed naval combat title is finally releasing on November 8th for Xbox Series X/S, PS5, Amazon Luna, Stadia, and PC.
The event airs at noon PT on September 10th, with a pre-show at 11:35 AM PST providing updates on titles like For Honor, The Crew 2, and more.
DLSS and FSR are also supported, while the system requirements demand 65 GB of installation space on a solid state drive.
An extensive new gameplay deep dive details various aspects of Ubisoft's upcoming open world pirate game.
"There is an underlying story to the game with which we build the entire world lore, but that’s not the main focus," says game director Ryan Barnard.
Sources speaking to Kotaku claim that there's "little" to the upcoming naval combat title beyond what recent gameplay has shown.
Learn more about dedicated perks for ships, different damage types, Attachments and the bonuses provided by Furniture.
Different ships and weapons will serve specific purposes but you can use pretty much anything for the majority of the game.
New content will include "deadlier challenges' that groups can take on, new ships and weapons, smaller themed events, and more.