Counting Ubisoft’s Money: Multiple Ports, Revenue Growth, and Watch Dogs Release on Nextgen

Counting Ubisoft's Money Multiple Ports, Revenue Growth, and Watch Dogs Release on Nextgen

Ubisoft has reported its financial results for the third quarter of this year. According to the company, its revenues increased during this period, as did the player base. However, there were some surprises.

Money

  • Revenue for the quarter was $ 885 million (8.5% more than a year earlier)
  • Most of all came from digital sales – 86.8%
  • The largest Ubisoft player base on PS4 – platform revenue accounted for 31% of the total, 25% earned on PC, 17% – Xbox One, 13% – mobile games, 9% – Switch
  • By regions, the situation is as follows – most of the revenue comes from North America (50%), then Europe (33%) and other regions (17%)
  • Operating income – $ 134.1 million

Games

  • Far Cry 6 and Rainbow Six Quarantine postponed to next fiscal year ending at the end of March 2022
  • Porting Far Cry 6 will not be a big problem for Ubisoft, given the rest of the releases that will bring in money over time
  • The company has a digital release of the first Watch Dogs on PS5 and Xbox Series X and S in its premiere schedule

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