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Post by Eorl @ 11:12am 13/02/15 | 1 Comments
Ubisoft has reaffirmed its current gaming outlook today, with the company expecting five triple-A titles to debut in the coming fiscal year, by end of March 31, 2016.

After showing off the extremely impressive tactical team game Rainbow Six: Siege at E3 last year, Ubisoft confirmed that the game is still on track for a release sometime this year. Alongside that it looks like the long-running Assassin's Creed franchise won't be having a break, though that was confirmed earlier this year thanks to a leak.

If anyone was still wondering just where The Division happened to be, Ubisoft still has it expected for release this coming financial year. This isn't exactly confirmation of a 2015 release though, as the financial year does end in 2016.

For those actually counting along that leaves two titles still missing, which you can probably expect to hear about come E3 in June. We'll have more on Ubisoft and their recent financial sharings shortly, so stay tuned.

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Posted 08:20pm 19/2/15
And 5 buggy unoptimized ports, legs hope not but ubisoft and the whole u play thing just sit me.
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