Ubisoft held their quarterly earnings call with investors today. Between the announcement of a new Far Cry, Assassin's Creed, and The Crew titles, Ubisoft revealed that the company also plans on maintaining a strong Switch presence in the coming fiscal year.
In a call with Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot, the company revealed that along with key franchises, Ubisoft hopes to maintain a strong presence on the Nintendo Switch.
"Ubisoft is the leading third party publisher on Nintendo's consoles over the past 10 years," Ubisoft revealed in a statement. The company also added that they wish to continue as the leading third party publisher on the Nintendo Switch in a conference call with investors.
"We have new games on Switch. One new game not announced. One or two others as well," Ubisoft revealed today.
Currently, Ubisoft is planning to bring the extreme sports game Steep and a console version of Monopoly to the console, with the unannounced title presumably withheld until a later event like E3.
No word yet on what exactly this game could be, with Ubisoft having released titles ranging from Assassin's Creed to Rayman all making appearances on major Nintendo consoles.