Ubisoft recently revealed some bad news: Ghost Recon FrontlineAnd the Splinter Cell VR Two other unannounced projects were canceled. The information was revealed during the company’s financial report, which revealed cuts to cut costs and increase profits in the long run.
Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot announced the cuts himself, saying the company would prioritize “great development opportunities, as evidenced by our decision to halt production of Splinter Cell VRAnd the Ghost Recon Frontline And two other unannounced projects.
For those who don’t remember, Ghost Recon Frontline It was revealed in October 2021 and will be a free battle royale game, which even had a video and gameplay reveal to the public. previously Splinter Cell VR It was released in 2020, but no great details have been revealed to the press or the public – the game will be produced by the game developer itself. Star Trek: Bridge Crew.
Despite being bad news, these were the only games that got canceled. a Assassin’s Creed VR Not mentioned, in addition to other projects, such as rainbow six mobile And the Heartland Division (Plus other great games for consoles and PC). In the same financial report, it was delay detection Avatar: Pandora’s Border.
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