With 2014 not being Ubisoft’s best year, at least in the eye’s of the gamers, 2015 is hopefully going to be better for the developer/publisher.
In a recent conference call with investors, Ubisoft confirmed that a new Assassin’s Creed, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, and Tom Clancy’s The Division will all release in 2015.
The yearly release of Assassin’s Creed is continuing even after the not so stellar release of Assassin’s Creed Unity back in late 2014. The exact title of the game hasn’t been confirmed yet, but it is likely that the Victorian era Assassin’s Creed Victory will be the next one to come out.
Tom Clancy’s The Division was originally planned for a 2014 release by Ubisoft, though they announced the release date without consulting the developers. Though the planned release date for The Division is planned to release 2015 it wouldn’t be surprising if developer moved the release date again if it was necessary.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege originally started out as Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Patriots. Patriots was also a long-delayed game but unlike The DIvision, it didn’t make it out of development hell, at least not under the same name since it was remade into Siege.
Ubisoft plans on releasing these titles in 2015 and though both Siege and The Division have had a history of delays, Assassin’s Creed is known for releasing regardless of the need of extra development time/bug testing.
Even if these titles don’t release in 2015, hopefully Ubisoft will use the extra time to polish everything up.