At a recent Ubisoft Forward event, co-founder, chairman and CEO Yves Guillemot mentioned upcoming mobile games in The Division and Just Dance franchises. Against this backdrop, Ubisoft has just announced a new mobile instalment of Assassins Creed and three new mobile games, Netflix exclusives.

The company is the first to introduce disruptive technology. I see games surpassing all other leisure industries in impact and engagement and becoming the ultimate form of social, artistic and innovative entertainment.

Yves Guillemot, Ubisoft co-founder and CEO

Ubisoft and mobile gaming

Today, French developers and publishers are showing interest in mobile gaming. By announcing the closed beta testing of the upcoming Rainbow Six Mobile, the appearance of Castlevania characters in the cross-platform fighting game Brawlhalla, and the three Netflix above mobile exclusives coming early next year, Ubisoft is making its commitment to mobile gaming clear.

Rainbow Six Mobile will bring the Tom Clancy game series to smartphones for the first time. Android players in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Brazil, the Philippines, Singapore and India will participate in a closed beta test of the game starting Sept. 12.

As part of a deal with Netflix, a sequel to Valiant Hearts will be released in January 2023. The company is now developing Assassins Creed, which will be released next year along with the mobile game The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot.

Side note: ChromeOS is testing a new keyboard for Android games.