It’s not too surprising to see developers start teasing at what’s coming out for the next-generation of consoles. Most of it can’t be unveiled quite yet as we’re still really waiting for the full reveals of the Project Scarlett and PlayStation 5. Despite knowing that the next-generation consoles are heading out in the upcoming holiday season of 2020, we have yet to get the release date for when we can expect both Sony and Microsoft to showcase their new console platforms.
What we do know is that Ubisoft has three video game titles coming for next-generation platforms that we already seen unveiled. The three installments are Gods & Monsters, Watch Dogs: Legion and Rainbow Six: Quarantine. All three were showcased during Ubisoft’s E3 2019 press conference and most recently, the three were delayed.
It was unveiled by the Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot who confirmed the three titles for next-generation platforms during an earnings call. These three confirmed titles will come with two unannounced games as well so right out of the gate, Ubisoft will have five titles total for the Project Scarlett and PlayStation 5.
What we would like to know is just how different these games will play in comparison to the current generation platforms. We already know that there will be improvements such as better frame rates but depending on what all the consoles bring out for the next-generation that has yet to be highlighted. At any rate, do you plan on adopting the next-generation platforms when they release or are you holding off to hear more information?
Source: Game Informer