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Assassin's Creed was its best year so far

Assassin’s Creed was its best year so far

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla set an Ubisoft series record in the past fiscal year. The publisher can report positive numbers.

Ubisoft confirmed a very good fiscal year. The company has set records in sales and profits, while the Assassin’s Creed series has its best year ever thanks to Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. In the past fiscal year, Ubisoft reached an all-time high of 141 million gamers on consoles and computers, a 20 percent increase over the previous year.

The Assassin’s Creed series achieved a record performance thanks to the introduction of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. The chain’s total sales were up 50 percent compared to the previous record fiscal year 2012-2013. Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot said, “Valhalla did a great job,” but noted that the series “back catalog was also very strong” and made a significant contribution to the series’ record year, thanks in part to the many content released for Assassin’s Creed Odyssey.

CFO Frederick Doggett added, “What we’re seeing in Assassin’s Creed is that we have a great recipe, so we decided to expand the post-launch program to make it the biggest, longest, and strongest we’ve ever seen on the show. Strong, so that’s what we see as the focus for franchising in the short term, especially Fiscal 22 and above but we’re also building a very strong rise for the brand over the next five years. ”

Ubisoft also noted that Just Dance has achieved “impressive growth” while “Rainbow Six Siege” has achieved “double digit growth in player acquisition.” Another franchise that did well is The Division, which reached 40 million players in its fiscal year. One of the big new games from Ubisoft from last fiscal year was “Immortals: Fenyx Rising,” which according to the publisher was a “new brand that’s very popular with gamers.” The company also stated that the game has achieved “strong” ongoing sales.

Ubisoft earned € 2.223 billion over the entire year, which is an increase of 39.4 percent compared to the previous fiscal year. Small transactions continued to be big business, at 780 million euros, an improvement of 11 percent. “Ubisoft achieved a record year of top and bottom profits, thanks to underlying performance that was much stronger than expected. This reflects the progress we have made in diversifying and returning our revenue,” he said. Frederick Doggett.