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Ubisoft Cancels Ghost Recon Frontline And 3 Other Games

Ubisoft has cancelled the development of four games, one of them being the battle royale game Ghost Recon Frontline.

In the company’s financial earnings call, Ubisoft said that they had also cancelled the development of the Splinter Cell VR title, as well as two unannounced titles.

The reasons for the cancellations came from Ubisoft noticing the change in the financial market. Rainbow Six Siege performing well with its seventh year of content, and next-generation updates for Assassin’s Creed Origins and Odyssey as well as new content for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.

The Splinter Cell VR title was announced in 2020 and was set to launch on Oculus headsets. This would have been the first Splinter Cell game in almost a decade, the last one being Splinter Cell: Blacklist in 2013.

Ghost Recon Frontline, on the other hand, saw massive fan backlash when it was announced back in October 2021. Many saw the free-to-play battle royale as a complete shift from the tactical gameplay that Ghost Recon was known for.

The two other unknown titles remain a mystery and can only be assumed what they actually are.


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