The roster for Ubisoft's

Is this the year Skull & Bones finally drops?

After rescheduling Skull & Bones six times earlier this month and canceling a number of other games, The roster for Ubisoft’s is currently going through a rough patch. An alleged list of every Ubisoft game expected to be released sometime in the next fiscal year, between April 1, 2023, and March 31, 2024, has added to the growing list of concerns.

According to Insider Gaming, 11 Ubisoft games, including major releases like Avatar:

The Last Airbender, is expected to hit stores sometime in the next year or so. Pandora’s Frontiers and Assassin’s Creed: Mirage The publisher is said to be planning to release these as the biggest games during this time, but games like The Division: Additionally, Heartlands, and the extremely troubled Skull & Bones are on the agenda.

Related: THE GAMER VIDEO OF THE DAY Insider Gaming also claims that Project Orlando, the game that started out as DLC for The Crew 2 before growing too large, will be announced and released during this time period. In a just world, Ubisoft would have made Rayman Legends 2. Arena shooter defiant, a VR version of Assassin’s Creed called Assassin’s Creed Nexus, and a number of mobile games based on some of the publisher’s most popular franchises are also said to be coming out.

The Prince of Persia may need to be waited for even longer:

The roster for Ubisoft’s is working on a number of other games in addition to the ones listed here, so it’s important to note the glaring omissions from that list. The Prince of Persia may need to be waited for even longer: Sands of Time Remake, which has also had a difficult development period, and the rumored 2D Prince of Persia game, which was said to be inspired by Ori and the Blind Forest, have not been seen. Regardless of how you look at it, 2023 will not be a good year for fans of Prince of Persia.

Beyond Good and Evil 2 and the recently announced Splinter Cell reboot, two other games that we are aware are currently in development, are also not mentioned. Additionally, nothing concrete has been revealed regarding the rumored Immortals: Fenix Rising 2 sequel, but it’s important to note that Ubisoft has canceled a lot of projects that were not announced over the past year. It’s possible that something similar to this and the rumored 2D Prince of Persia game were already canned internally.

The fact that this list has never been confirmed is definitely something to keep in mind.

The majority of the games listed, including Assassin’s Creed Mirage, have been given vague release dates of 2023; however, Skull & Bones is all you need to see how things might not go according to plan. All of the games that are listed should be taken with a grain of salt because there is always the possibility that something could slip into late 2024. We can only wait for Ubisoft to provide additional information for the time being. Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’ll be furious about the absence of Rayman for a full day. Gaming News

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