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Resulting in a resounding yes, yes, and yes from us. Now you might be wondering why we'd be excited to see The Crew 2, well the answer to that would rely on Ubisoft pulling a Watch Dogs 2 and turning the open world racing game meets RPG into a Watch Dogs 2 style bright and colourful affair. Something like Forza Horizon.

Without any details all we have to work on really are the titles. Based on leaks it's all but confirmed at this stage that the next Assassin's Creed will be set in Ancient Egypt and focus on the earliest days of the Assassin's Guild. As for Far Cry 5, it's a series that could be set anywhere and during anytime at this point, but we should definitely expect it to build on the great but not quite brilliant Far Cry 4.

The announcements comes alongside financial earnings for the publisher that confirm that last year has been quite the stellar one thanks to the successes of The Division and Ghost Recon Wildlands -- which both sold extremely well.

The next installments of Assassin's Creed, Far Cry, The Crew and, lest we forget, South Park are expected to be released before March 31, 2018.



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