Ubisoft Has Shelved The Release For Splinter Cell VR and Ghost Recon: Frontline

Players know that Ubisoft is a big name in the industry and has provided some of the greatest titles throughout their tenure. Recently we learned that Ubisoft is planning to have their annual game showcase event in September of 2022, and Ubisoft Forward 2022 has been scheduled for September 10, 2022. Many expect the announcements of titles from their flagship franchises, such as Assassin’s Creed.

Today we learned that two highly talked about titles have been eliminated from the future plans of Ubisoft. Ubisoft just released their quarterly reports for FY 2022-2023. In the reports, we learned that Ghost Recon: Frontline and Splinter Cell VR are no longer part of their pipeline of games for the future. At the moment their pipeline includes Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope, Skull and Bones, Tom Clancy’s The Division: Resurgence, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, XDefiant, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Mobile and The Division Heartland.

Both titles had received little hype following their announcements, so this decision doesn’t seem too surprising. Players were not happy about a Battle Royale Tom Clancy Title and Splinter Cell VR just felt like it wasn’t for the masses. There is some good news though, reports for the new Assassins Creed title have been confirmed. The Assassins Creed brand has performed ahead of expectations on the back of a strong quarter from Odyssey, Origins and Valhalla. Players will receive more details about multiple games at the Ubisoft Forward 2022 event.

Tom Clancy’s The Division: Resurgence is a mobile gaming title, that is going to be free-for-all to play. This will be the first time that the Division is entering the mobile gaming industry and the players cannot wait for it. The game has an independent storyline, urban environment, stunning graphics and the whole package. Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora has been delayed to 2023/2024. This decision has been made to provide the players the best they can and really take advantage of the next-gen technologies.

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