Ubisoft canceled four games, including Ghost Recon Frontline and Splinter Cell VR

Ubisoft canceled four games, including Ghost Recon Frontline and Splinter Cell VR

The Video Games Chronicle portal, referring to an interview between Ubisoft and investors, reported that the French publisher had cancelled the development of four games, including two announced games.

Of the projects already presented to the public, she ordered a long life, first of all, when she drowned in annoyance in diesels, a conditional-free royal battle by Tom Clancy.

The second undead-released Ubisoft game was the VR adaptation of Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell styls for the Oculus garrisons. Since the original presentation, nothing has been heard about the project.

In addition to Tom Clancy and Splinter Cell VR, Ubisoft decided to stop production of two unamortized games. The reasons for these developments are not specified.

In the same financial report, Ubisoft announced that a first-person adventure action would be postponed to the next fiscal year: Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora and not yet represented by a more modest bonus game.