Ubisoft Announces Six Games for Xbox One in First Year

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Oh, you want games for your Xbox One? Why, you greedy sonofabit–ahem–Ubisoft just announced that Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag and Watch Dogs will be available on the One “later this year.” Happy now?

According to Ubisoft, AC4 and WD are two of six titles it plans to bring the Xbox One during its rookie year. The six games will consist of sequels, new IPs and downloadables.

“The next generation of consoles will reinvigorate our industry and make it possible for us to deliver incredible new entertainment to gamers,” said Yves Guillemot, CEO of Ubisoft, in a press release. “Our teams are using the innovations in connectivity, immersion and social gaming included in Xbox One to create original and memorable next-gen gaming experiences.”

We’ll get the lowdown on Ubisoft’s Xbox One lineup more at E3. Until then, enjoy the fresh images of Black Flag and Watch Dogs.

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