John Friscia

In an Ubisoft earnings call (via VGC), Chief Financial Officer Frederick Duguet revealed that the company is planning to shift its focus toward “high-end free-to-play games” and perhaps de-emphasize its cadence of AAA releases. There’s a lot of room for interpretation in the statements made, but the bottom line is that Ubisoft sees that (a) AAA games don’t always make more money than non-AAA games and (b) there is plenty of money to make in free-to-play games, like the recently announced mobile game, The Division: Heartland. “In line with the evolution of our high-quality lineup that is increasingly diverse, we […]

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