Ubisoft closed a record fiscal year on March 31, 2021, largely due to Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, GameSpot. Ubisoft reached 141 million players on all consoles and computers during the year, an increase of 20% over the previous period. And also a new climax in the company’s history.
Assassin’s Creed delivered a “record performance”, with franchise revenue up 50% over its previous peak period, 2012-2013 (Assassin’s Creed III came out in that fiscal year). Ubisoft said Just Dance experienced “impressive growth” during the fiscal year, while Rainbow Six Siege produced a “double” increase in player numbers. The Division also performed well, reaching 40 million players in the total franchise, so it’s already clear why Heartland free-to-play was created. Immortals: Fenyx Rising called its new “player favorite” IP address, and its sales were said to be “strong.”
Ubisoft hasn’t tracked the exact sales numbers, but it isn’t usually anyway. Halla, for example, was only told before that Assassin’s Creed didn’t start with that strong, or just a few days after its launch. Mutual A number that already had at least 1.8 million players in the Vikings division at the time. And the Origins and Odyssey know this More than 10 million Sold in two copies.
During the previous financial year, Ubisoft earned € 2.223 billion, an increase of 39.4% over the previous year. Of this amount, 780 million euros came from micro-transactions, an increase of 11%.