Speaking at SXSW, Ubisoft studio managing director Jade Raymond revealed that their Toronto division is currently working on five unannounced projects.
Of these five projects, two are being co-developed with other game studios. She didn’t mention as to which studios were involved.
“There are definitely a lot of plates spinning,” she said. “None of them have been announced.”
Raymond also added that she wants Ubisoft to focus more on creating games for smartphones and tablets that will help build up the company’s mobile library. According to her, Ubisoft will probably build more games in the future that involve strong social elements and ways for players to interact more with each through play.
Regarding Ubisoft’s upcoming Assassin’s Creed and Watch Dogs movie, Raymond said that fans can expect more AAA franchise to arrive on the big screen. On the same note she accepted that Ubisoft’s main “business is making games.”
Ubisoft Toronto most recently developed 2013′s Splinter Cell Blacklist, and has assisted on development of Watch_Dogs, as well as Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag.