A bit of news broke earlier about Ubisoft pertaining to publishing exclusively for this current generation only. Now it appears Ubisoft is making moves to one of their upcoming games. Tom Clancy’s The Division will arrive in Ubisoft’s 2016 fiscal year, which ends in March 2016. Along with the Division, Rainbow Six Siege and an unannounced AAA title will also launch in the same window.
Rainbow Six Siege will arrive in Q3 of the 2015 fiscal year, which means it launches this fall. The Division following in Q4 somewhere between January and March 2016. “It is never an easy decision to move a launch date,” Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot said, stating that this is a move “that has always benefited the company.” Guillemot added that Ubisoft will announce the new game this fall. Guillemot declined to comment on whether or not it was a new IP or an existing franchise.
It’s quite possible we’ll have one or all three games in question shown off at E3 this year. Considering Ubisoft has shown off surprises the last couple years, the unannounced game might have a trailer by then. Then again, it is possible they are waiting until the fall to give that official word on what that game is. Either way, let us know what you think it might be in the comments below, and for all your gaming news, stay tuned to New Gamer Nation.