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Ubisoft Yearly Revenue Has Been Revealed, PS4 Sales Lead While Nintendo Switch Revenue at 7%

Ubisoft Yearly Revenue for the 2017/2018 period has been released which depicts the full-year sales and earnings figures, providing us with a breakdown of how the company has performed, across various platforms.

Which platform has been its major source of generating revenue? And which platform has been the lowest contributor?

Based on the chart, PS4 is leading the revenue for Ubisoft and the difference in the sales between rival platforms; Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC is pretty distinct. PS4 is leading over all the other platforms with a strong 42%, while Switch accounts for only 7% putting it at the lowest. All the while PC with about 18% and Xbox One is at 23%.

Obviously, Switch has seen the likes of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, South Park: The Fractured But Whole and Just Dance 2018. Sadly, Switch has missed out on the heavy hitters such as Far Cry 5 and Assassin’s Creed Origins.

The second chart which depicts the sales by region shows a relative consistency from last year to this. Sales based in North America have remained at 47% for the second year running. While sales in Europe have marginally dropped from 38% to 37% of the total sum. Which is not that big of a drop and probably can be taken care of.

Keeping all that into context, it would be really interesting to see what Ubisoft brings to the table at this year’s E3. Perhaps the studio may show some more love for Nintendo’s hybrid.

That said, Ubisoft’s E3 conference is set for June 11¬†and will be open to all. It shall take place at Orpheum Theatre downtown LA.

Ubisoft is one of the most successful video game publishers which has provided various remarkable AAA titles as well. Recently we came to know that the studio is expanding by adding to new studios to its dynamics. Those two studios are located in India and Ukraine respectfully.

So what are your thoughts, after taking a look at the Ubisoft Yearly Revenue for the period 2017 and 2018? Let us know in the comments below.