Far Cry 5 was Ubisoft’s second biggest release ever, Ghost Recon Wildlands surpasses 10 million players

Ubisoft has announced its fiscal 2017-18 results. The company is reporting total annual sales of €1,731.9 million, up 18.6% year on year. Annual digital revenue is up 37.8% to €1,004.7 million (representing 58.0% of total sales versus 50.0% for the previous fiscal year).

The French company has also revealed that its second biggest release ever with USD 310 million total players spending in the release week. Moreover, Assassin’s Creed Origins had a record performance for an Assassin’s Creed game in the quarter.

On the other hand, The Division now has more than 20 million registered players and Ghost Recon Wildlands has more than 10 million registered players.

Last but not least, Rainbow Six Siege has more than 30 million registered players and esports viewership is up by approximately 300% for the Six Invitational.

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