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Ubisoft Delays Skull & Bones and Teases "Unannounced Franchise Title"

Ubisoft's Full Year 2017-2018 Sales and Earnings Figures are now online, reporting "Very solid performance for the fourth quarter and continued excellent execution across the board." Along with all the eye-popping numbers and financial jargon is their outlook on the coming year. They say they are delaying Skull & Bones until 2019-2020, after announcing the open-world sailing game with a Fall 2018 release window. They also intriguingly say "an unannounced franchise title" is one of the three AAA releases on their schedule for the year:

The release of three new AAA games (The Crew® 2, The Division® 2 and an unannounced franchise title) representing 19 million units (vs the four AAA releases and 23 million units previously announced). In line with previous practices and in view of the acceleration of our digital transformation, growth in back-catalog sales and excellent momentum of recent releases, Ubisoft has decided to give itself more time to develop Skull & BonesTM to offer players an even more engaging experience. Skull & Bones is now scheduled for release in 2019-20.

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