Following Ubisoft's conference call yesterday, co-founder and CEO Yves Guillemot answered a few questions for investors and reporters and revealed that the newly delayed Watch Dogs Legion, Gods & Monsters and Rainbow Six: Quarantine would be intergenerational, meaning they will appear. current consoles (Xbox One and PlayStation 4) and their successors (Xbox Scarlett and PlayStation 5). He also said two other unannounced games would follow the same release plan.
"The five titles, yes, will be in this generation and the next generation, and will make the most of all the new features coming up with the machines, which will really be extremely interesting for gamers," said Guillemot. “You will be able to download new content much faster, players will experience better frame rates; there are many very good elements that will come with these new machines. ”
Sony and Microsoft are targeting the end of 2020 for the release of their respective video games. Ubisoft has not stated how much Watch Dogs Legion, Rainbow Six: Quarantine and Gods & Monsters are exactly behind schedule, but don't be surprised if one or all of them align with new releases of Sony and Microsoft hardware.
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