Ubisoft Cancels Four Titles, Including Ghost Recon Frontline And Splinter Cell VR

Yes­ter­day was a bad day for Ubisoft, as they announced the delay to Avatar: Fron­tiers of Pan­do­ra and a “small­er unan­nounced” game. Unfor­tu­nate­ly the pub­lish­ing com­pa­ny also con­firmed it’s had to can­cel four titles as well.

These include the Splin­ter Cell VR game and Ghost Recon: Front­line, along with two more unan­nounced titles that Ubisoft did not name.

Although Splin­ter Cell VR is no longer in the works, fans can still expect a remake of the orig­i­nal game. Ghost Recon: Front­line was meant to be a free-to-play bat­tle royale–which the mar­ket is com­plete­ly flood­ed with. 

Ubisoft did not state the rea­son for these can­cel­la­tions, but game devel­op­ment is noto­ri­ous for game can­cel­la­tions, espe­cial­ly for games we nev­er hear about. It’s slight­ly sur­pris­ing to see a game that had an alpha and a reveal trail­er get can­celled, but that’s just the business.

Although Ubisoft has dropped these four games and delayed two more, the com­pa­ny still has a num­ber of big projects on the way, includ­ing Mario + Rab­bids: Sparks of Hope and Skull and Bones–both of which will be releas­ing this year. 

I am a Platinum lover and an ex- Cod-aholic. I've been playing games since I was 5 years old and I refuse to quit, despite my mother's attempts to get me to. God of War and its successors are my all time favorite games.

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