Ubisoft released its report for the first half of fiscal 2024, which ended September 30. It reported growth in most key metrics.

  • Ubisoft’s revenue increased 14.3% to €836 million compared to last year.
  • Net sales rose 17.6% to €822.4 million, with back catalog games making up the bulk of the contribution, with revenues totaling €694.6 million, up 37.4%.
  • The company’s gross profit rose 15% to €747.7 million. Ubisoft also made an operating profit of €16.1 million – a year ago, it reported an operating loss of €215.3 million.
  • The number of unique active players in company titles is 94 million. The number of monthly active players is 36 million.
  • The company has fewer employees. While at the end of September 2022, the company had 20,729 employees, at the end of September 2023, it had 19,410 employees.
  • Ubisoft said it had shifted the “big game” (next Assassin’s Creed?) release to the next fiscal year (April 2024 – March 2025). It did not specify which game it had postponed, but media speculation is that it is Star Wars Outlaws.