The Division and Rainbow Six franchises are being developed by Ubisoft in the same vein as the Assassin’s Creed series. As a result, their followers may anticipate far more attractions than in the past.
Ubisoft is really happy with how well-received the ambitious ambitions to expand the Assassin’s Creed brand have been by players. The publisher plans to use the same strategy with Tom Clancy’s The Division and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six since the responses have been so positive.
Over the next five years, Ubisoft expects the three brands to together generate $2 billion in sales.
No specifics were provided, but in the case of the Assassin’s Creed series, several significant new entries (Assassin’s Creed: Mirage, Assassin’s Creed: Hexe, and Assassin’s Creed: Red), a live-service Assassin’s Creed: Infinity, a multiplayer Assassin’s Creed: Invictus, and two mobile projects in the form of Assassin’s Creed: Jade and an unnamed In addition, the company will release new comic books and novels.
The Division is already moving in a path that is comparable to this. Both The Division: Resurgence for mobile and its F2P spinoff, The Division: Heartland, are currently in development. A full-length film is also in the works.
Additionally, Ubisoft has revealed a Rainbow Six mobile spin-off. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Extraction are currently available on the market. According to the CEO of Ubisoft, we may also anticipate a series adaptation for other media.
Additionally, it’s expected that Rainbow Six and The Division will have their own live-service in the vein of AC Infinity, a hub that connects several games that are accessible across various hardware platforms. Many other AAA series will go in this route as well. For instance, such solutions have already been used in the case of Call of Duty.