Ubisoft have confirmed that at least three major titles from the company will be launched within this financial year.
One of the most intriguing of those is Skull and Bones, a Ubisoft original game that seemed to be a spin-off from 2013's Assassin's Creed Black Flag.
The game, where the goal seems to be to become the most notorious Pirates ship in the water, was delayed regularly to the point that there were concerns that it might not make it through development.
However, test footage recently leaked online according to Eurogamer, and Ubisoft have now revealed in a financial call that it is among the games slated for release before April 2023.
Another of the major titles set for release is Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, which was a major announcement around five years ago. Rumours suggest that the game could arrive around the same time as the sequel to the movie, which is coming out in December.
Mario + Rabbids will also be getting another outing, with the successful Nintendo Switch title getting its sequel, Sparks of Hope.
The financial results also mentioned that there will be "other exciting titles" to arrive this year, including "premium games" and "free-to-play releases based on our biggest IPs".