For now, Ubisoft has rvealed the logo for Far Cry 5.
Meanwhile, FY 18 further earnings growth revealed a revenue reaching 1700 million euros, of which 170 million euros accounts for the first quarter with up 22% YOY. A tweet prompts fans to subscribe to Ubisoft's USA version of the YouTube channel for more updates on the upcoming sequel. Fans will have something to look forward to.
We know that it will be its own self-contained game, however, and certainly not a spin-off like Far Cry Primal or Blood Dragon, 2013's fantastic expansion add-on for Far Cry 3. No other details for this first-person shooter have been announced, though reports claim the game will take place in the American West, specifically Montana. There was altogether too much speculation and not enough fact, but Ubisoft cofounder and CEO Yves Guillemot put a whole lot of "what if" to bed on Tuesday.
However, looking forward to the 2018-2019 schedule, Ubisoft reveals that a brand new AAA brand will be released within that window. That being said, despite the game lacking multiplayer, players can still expect things like microtransactions.
South Park: The Fractured But Whole has been delayed so many times it's pointless to guess when it'll be out, but hopefully it's next release date will be its last. The only saving grace is that, this close to E3, we are nearly guaranteed to see a showing of both games during the Ubisoft conference.
So far, there is still no further details about the game. We will be seeing all of these games at E3 on the 12th of June, when Ubisoft's press conference kicks off.