Ubisoft is in the doldrums. And we are not saying this because of the experiences that it has been developing in recent years, which players may like more or less, but because of the publication of a report that reveals major changes and impacts on the French studio. In this regard, the company has announced the cancellation of 3 unannounced gamesa multi-million dollar cost reductiona Skull & Bones release delay Y a bad level of sales for Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope.
Of course, everything indicates that the developer is in trouble. And, from the point of view of its CEO, Yves Guillemot, It is the employees who should be in charge of fixing the situation. So we know thanks to Kotakuwho has had access to an internal email sent by Guillemot to his workers in which the following is read: “The ball is in your court to deliver this lineup of games on time and with the expected level of quality.”
“Today more than ever, I need all your energy and commitment to make sure we get back on the road to success,” the CEO writes in the email. “I am also asking that each of you be especially careful and strategic with your spending and initiativesto make sure we are being as efficient and lean as possible.”
Ubisoft is in trouble
We will be attentive to the next steps of the French developer over the next few months, as we are talking about problematic changes and readjustments in one of the most recognized companies in the video game industry. At the moment, we know that its recent report has had an impact on its share value, as Ubisoft has experienced a beastly fall in the stock market That could jeopardize your future.
However, this information revealed yesterday is not the only reason why we are concerned about the future of Ubisoft. After all, the news published in recent years show that there’s a lot more than meets the eye behind the delays and cancellations.