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Ubisoft launches new titles for PS5 and Xbox Scarlett

It won’t be long enough when PlayStation 5 and Xbox Scarlett would hit the stores, and so top gaming companies have already started planning for next-generation games. Ubisoft, being the feature of our article has been making big strides of late. Previously we had seen other such entries for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Scarlett, the most famous being Halo Infinite.

Halo Infinite is usually concerned with Xbox, however, we might see some diversification in the near future. Other than that, the most widely anticipated entries are Grand Theft Auto 6 and Cyberpunk 2077. However one should keep in mind that these are still rumors, and thus nothing has been made clear of yet. We still don’t have an idea as to what gamers might get to thrive when the newer versions of PlayStation and Xbox are released by the turn of 2020.

The CEO of Ubisoft, Yves Guillemot, has also said in an interview, that popular games like Watch Dogs: Legion, Rainbow Six Quarantine, as well as Gods and Monsters, could also be played in the newer consoles. The new consoles like the PS5 and the Xbox Scarlett are expected to support and have their own versions of these games along with the current generation gaming platforms. While a couple of more entries are expected, it still remains to be unknown though.

Next year will be a special one for gamers because the three respective games will be released by April 2020. Henceforth there is a huge possibility that the releases for two separate generations of gaming consoles could well be separated by a couple of months.

Games developing companies always try to maximize their profits by launching games for a variety of gaming consoles. They do it with Xbox and PlayStations so as to reach a larger mass of people around the globe.

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Chris Noble

Chris Noble

Chris is associate editor focusing on in-depth stories about the cultural and societal impacts of technology. Raised in the UK and Hong Kong, he has worked for the Columbia Journalism Review, Reuters, and the South China Morning Post.
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