Ubisoft is a video game publisher known to produce video games well-loved by gamers. It is one of the most successful video game companies worldwide and has worked on several popular franchises. 

Over the past few years, this French video game publisher has released games such as “Assassin’s Creed Valhalla,” “Far Cry 6,” “Watch Dogs Legion,” and “Immortals Fenyx Rising,” all of which were well received by gamers.

2022 has come to a close, and 2023 is bound to be another big year for Ubisoft, despite some setbacks. What are the Ubisoft games releasing this year? Let’s find out. 


Developed by Game Swing, “OddBallers” pertains to your dodgeball game that replaces the ball with a wide range of unusual items. Supporting single-player and, unsurprisingly, multiplayer, the game offers dozens and dozens of arenas, and plenty of minigames that stir up the formula. Released January 26th. 

‘The Settlers: New Allies’

A real-time strategy game under development for several years, “The Settlers: New Allies” was initially set to launch last March 17th, 2022, but postponed. Tracing back to 1993, “The Settlers” was a fixture of the 1990s and 2000s, but a new entry in the series has not been released for more than a decade. This modern reboot has been a long time coming, but there is a debate about whether it can revive the license meaningfully. Released February 17th. 

‘Valiant Hearts: Coming Home’

A sequel to “Valiant Hearts: The Great War,” “Valiant Hearts: Coming Home” was unveiled during the 2022 Game Awards. A mixture of puzzles and exploration, the game looks to build upon its renowned predecessor, which still tells one of the more compelling storylines of Ubisoft. 

“Valiant Hearts: Coming Home” is releasing on iOS and Android devices via Netflix’s mobile app, and Ubisoft has provided no indication that console ports could be along the way. The video game publisher has agreed to launch three mobile games through Netflix. Releasing early 2023.


Launch in 2020 on PC, “Trackmania” is set to make its way to consoles sometime this year, with Ubisoft aiming for an early release this year. Though not devoid of conventional races, “Trackmania” basically challenges players to compete against their own times. Racers will repeat tracks over and over again as they attempt to deliver the perfect performance, which of course, is easier said than done. With a formidable selection of official and custom courses, the game can keep a gamer busy for a long while, especially if they are interested in cracking the leaderboards worldwide. Releasing early 2023.

‘Assassin’s Creed Mirage’

Set in Baghdad, Iraq, during the ninth century, “Assassin’s Creed Mirage” will have players play the role of Basim, a thief dragged into the world of Assassins. Unlike recent entries in the franchise, the game is set to be a comeback to “Assassin’s Creed’s” classic formula that prioritizes parkour and tells a relatively linear plot compared to RPG-leaning titles like “Odyssey” and “Valhalla.” “Assassin’s Creed Mirage” will launch sometime this year.

‘Skull and Bones’

After a series of delays, things are more apparent now regarding the release of “Skull and Bones.” This pirate-themed game is expected to sail sometime in the 2024 fiscal year, which is from April 2023 to March 2024. That means a 2023 release is not out of the question. “Skull and Bones” will be an open-world experience set in the Indian Ocean, supporting both solo and multiplayer adventures. 

Primarily, “Skull and Bones” focuses on ship traversal and combat, with on-foot action seemingly being constricted only to certain areas. The campaign seems relatively open-ended, focusing on exploration above anything else.

‘Tom Clancy’s The Division Heartland’

In May 2021, the French video game publisher confirmed that a free-to-play “The Division 2” spin-off called “Heartland” is in development. However, during the following year, Ubisoft was tight-lipped about the game, but things changed soon after.

The Ubisoft Forward event in September 2022 dived into “Heartland,” revealing that it is a free-to-play game set within a small town. The multiplayer shooter has PvE and PvEvP content, six playable agents, and three classes. 

‘Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora’

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora” is another Ubisoft game whose release date has long been stalled. Announced all the way back in 2017, the game received its title via an E3 2021 trailer, indicating that the video game publisher was eyeing a 2022 debut. But that did not happen. As of the moment, “Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora” may drop at some point between April 2023 and March 2024. 

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