There are reports that Ubisoft's fortunes are finally turning after nearly a year of bad luck: a new movie is scheduled to be released in 2023, and an open Star Wars title is expected to be released next year, which could be a boon for the canning industry, which hasn't had a decent production in a long time.
Ubisoft has had to rely on two all-age titles -- Mario + Loonrabbit and Dance Power 2023 -- to survive the year, which is not sustainable for a global company with a workforce approaching 20,000. The company will announce new releases for "Black Sea" and "Avatar" at the Geoff Keighley Summer Games Festival, which kicks off June 12.
The highly anticipated Star Wars project, led by Massive Studios and codenamed "Helix", aims to offer a completely different canned taste, at the cost of more difficulty and expense than expected. Ubisoft wants the game to reduce the company's reliance on Assassin's IP, so it has to take the bull by the head, and it's acceptable to extend it to the next fiscal year, which starts on April 1, 2024.
In addition, the Summer Game Fest, which kicks off on June 8, will feature two hours of debut trailers and game demos, attracting more than 40 partners
Whiplash E3The summer event, which includes platforms such as Microsoft and SONY.
Last year's Summer Games Festival brought first trailers for Modern Warfare 2, Street Fighter 6, Callisto Protocol, Gotham Knight, and more, and Geoff said that this year's Summer Games Festival will have some big announcements.
In addition, nearly 100,000 comic and game fans attended the Chicago Anime & Entertainment Expo (C2E2) this spring, both to serve as audiences and to export their own interpretations of the characters:
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