Ubisoft has brought us tons of games, many of which are still receiving significant updates and keeping the games alive with more content. Still, Ubisoft never disappoints us, as they have so much more planned for us. Although people only remember their upcoming Assassin’s Creed games, they have other things planned for us.
Unfortunately, for a video game publisher as big as Ubisoft, problems can arise at any point, and quite a few titles suffer from Developmental Issues. Our team at TopTierList found an interesting tweet from user Shaun Weber, who has a credible past of leaking insider information ahead of announcements.
That's not the only Ubisoft game with development problems
Massive problems in Development -Skull & Bones -XDefiant -The Settlers -Prince of Persia Remake -Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora
Ubisoft has at least 6 titles suffering from development issues and 4 titles that have allegedly been canceled.
Although Ubisoft has given no information on these titles, there have been instances on some titles that point towards the current issue.
Since those 6 titles still haven’t been canceled, there is a high chance of us getting them, albeit not for a long time.
Shaun tweeted as a reply to Tom Henderson, a gaming journalist, who reported that Beyond Good and Evil 2 is still in “Early development.” As such, Shaun decided to talk about other similar Ubisoft games suffering in the same pit.
His list included Skull and Bones, XDefiant, The Settlers, Prince of Persia Remake, and Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora. Even though Ubisoft themselves haven’t talked about any such issues, we have had similar rumors in the past regarding how Prince of Persia Remake went gold yet still managed to have a revamp for some reason.
Not to mention, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandoraalso received a delay, which all points that perhaps Ubisoft is indeed having issues in their development and is using other excuses to cover up the whole thing. But who will admit to a dedicated fanbase that their most-awaited game is not doing so well?
In addition to the list mentioned above, Shaun also talked about some games that have been canceled. It included Ghost Recon Frontline, Splinter Cell VR, and 2 nameless titles. The reasons for their cancelation are not unknown, but reminiscing over them will only bring more sorrow.
Among the list of games that are facing developmental issues, which are you waiting for? Do you think they will continue getting delayed or eventually be released in the coming years? Share your thoughts with us below, and we will get back to you!