It seems that fans of Far Cry, Assassin’s Creed, and Ghost Recon may still have a long time to wait before they can get their hands on a new chapter of their favorite sagas.
According to some rumors, in fact, the next titles of these famous franchises are still far from seeing the light.
The news comes to us from Kotaku (via TheGamer ), which traces the beginning of the story back to last February, the month in which it was rumored that Ubisoft would decide to take what was initially thought of as additional content for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (which you can buy on Amazon ) and make it a standalone game, so as not to leave the calendar blank in terms of releases of the saga.
The house across the Alps at the time had commented on the matter stating that it did not want to give rise to rumors, confirming that it had ” a strong roadmap for the Assassin’s Creed franchise in the coming years “, without therefore confirming or denying the speculations regarding the so-called Assassin’s Creed Rift.
Ubisoft also expressed itself similarly to the hypothesis of a long period of waiting time regarding the news on the next chapters of its most famous series, such as Far Cry and Ghost Recon, claiming to have ” unparalleled creative abilities, with over 20,000 creative and talented people collaborating with each other “, and to” have built some of the strongest proprietary brands in the industry, with many promising new projects on the horizon “.
All of this comes in the wake of news that Ubisoft has been approached by private equity firms about a possible investment deal after months of poor stock market performance.
The company also in this case has not denied or confirmed the rumors, but added that it is in the ” ideal position to take advantage of the rapid growth of the sector and the opportunities that are emerging “.
To stay on the subject, we remind you that a famous chapter of the Assassins saga will arrive soon on Xbox Game Pass, and in the meantime, Valhalla has received a substantial update not to be missed.