Make Your Own ‘Watch Dogs Legion’ Music With Ubisoft and JGL’s New GriftHere’s the Heartwarming Reason Why ‘Just Dance’ Is Still on Wii Stay on target No matter how you pronounce its name, we can all agree that Ubisoft is one of the most prolific AAA video game publishers these days. While rivals like Activision and EA seem to narrow their focus on and a handful of hits, the French video game empire has a relatively wider portfolio. However, that doesn’t mean Ubisoft is above milking the same few cash cows, and thanks to a recent fiscal year earnings report, we now know which virtual teats are about to be squeezed yet again.Ubisoft confirmed that new installments in the Assassin’s Creed, Far Cry, The Crew, and South Park franchises will all be released before the end of the next fiscal year. We already knew about South Park: The Fractured But Whole, the delayed South Park RPG sequel. However, the rest of these games are theoretically games that have yet to be revealed.We say theoretically because numerous pre-E3 leaks have already told us much of what to expect from the future of these franchises. After a taking a year off to give the awful Michael Fassbender movie time to shine, this year’s Assassin’s Creed will almost surely be an even more free-form open-world adventure set in Ancient Egypt or something featuring the return of naval combat called Assassin’s Creed: Origins, or Empire.The Far Cry rumors sound slightly more interesting. Previously the series was known for its exotic and dangerous locales like Southeast Asia and tropical islands. Vacations gone wrong. However, Far Cry 5 might hit closer to home. We’ve heard the game has players battling against militia gun nut, Duck Dynasty types in Montana. Given America’s current political climate, that should wake a few folks up. And I guess redneck brutes aren’t too much of a stretch from the literal caveman enemies of 2016’s Far Cry: Primal.Finally, for some reason Ubisoft is making a sequel to The Crew, its already forgotten 2014 open-world racing game that wasn’t Need for Speed or Burnout or Forza Horizon. At least it wasn’t Driveclub. By all means get hyped for this if you can.So look forward to another year of hot Ubisoft releases, competent but mechanical open-worlds that keep blending together as the company desperately attempts to avoid a Vivendi takeover. I just hope the Mario/Rabbids RPG turns out alright. Good luck!