Ubisoft Financials; The Division Heartland and Sands of Time Remake Delayed

Ubisoft has released its latest earnings report, rounding up financial results from the first half of fiscal 2021-2022. This includes positive trends for monthly unique players, net bookings, and back-catalogue sales. The company also states that in less than a year, Assassin's Creed Valhalla is now the second largest profit-generating game in company history and Far Cry 6 play-time is up over Far Cry 5. The follow-up Conference Call for investors included a few more tidbits, such as word that Assassin's Creed Infinity will not be a free to play game and that The Division Heartland and Prince of Persia: Sands of Time Remake are delayed into the fiscal year ending March 2023. Here's the included message from the boss:
Yves Guillemot, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, said “The industry is thriving and quickly evolving, offering us new challenges and opportunities. Players have a deeper impact on the worlds they are engaging with, and technological breakthroughs are opening up promising new avenues. Against this favorable backdrop, we continue to invest to bring our biggest franchises and new brands to a significantly wider audience. Our roadmap is impressive, with our talented teams developing an ambitious, diverse and exciting slate of games for the coming years. With our rich IP portfolio, cutting-edge technologies, thriving recurring revenues and strong balance sheet, we will deliver meaningful value for players, our teams and our shareholders.”