Delays to “Watch Dogs” and “The Crew” could cost Ubisoft more than $500 million, the company has revealed.
Ubisoft has slashed its sales projections from $1.94 billion to $1.38 billion, according to CVG, shaving $560 million off the original figures.
The company has also told investors that instead of making an annual profit of $236 million, it now expects to lose $88 million by the end of the financial year.
PlayStation 4 games are now available to preorder through the PlayStation Store on PlayStation 3, as well as the Sony Entertainment Network (SEN) store, the company has announced.
The first two digital PS4 titles available for preorder are SCE Japan Studio’s “Knack” ($60) and Digital Extremes’ multiplayer shooter “Warframe” (free).
Nintendo is set to release a limited edition “The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds” Nintendo 3DS XL console in Europe.
The £199.99 GBP hardware bundle will release alongside the game on November 22 and include the custom “Zelda” handheld plus a download code for “A Link Between Worlds.”
A Luigi special edition Nintendo 3DS XL, previously released in Japan, will also make its way to Europe via Nintendo’s online store on November 1.
Stardock has announced “Galactic Civilizations 3,” the next iteration of its long-running PC strategy franchise. The announcement promises much more detailed visuals, a revised ship builder, and multiplayer.
Pre-orders are open at the official site, offering two packages. The “Founder’s Edition” for $39.99 gives you beta access, a forum badge, and $10 off the price. The “Founder’s Elite Edition” is $99.99, and also grants you alpha access, all the DLC and expansions, your name in the credits, and the ability to name a star in the universe.