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Assassin’s Creed Valhalla gave Ubisoft its best ever financial results

Ubisoft has recorded its best ever results for a financial quarter. It earned more than $1.2bn over the recent holiday season, driven primarily by Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.

While Ubisoft didn’t disclose sales figures of the Viking-set historical stabathon, it did say the game made more money (a combination of game sales and in-game spending) in the quarter than any other Assassin’s game to date. Previously, we knew it had made more money at launch than any other game in the series.

Along with Watch Dogs: Legion, Ubisoft says it had two of the top four best-sellers on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series S/X. On Nintendo Switch, Ubisoft saw particularly strong sales of Just Dance 2021 – enough to make it that series’ best-selling entry in six years.

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Ubisoft has recorded its best ever results for a financial quarter. It earned more than $1.2bn over the recent holiday season, driven primarily by Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.

While Ubisoft didn’t disclose sales figures of the Viking-set historical stabathon, it did say the game made more money (a combination of game sales and in-game spending) in the quarter than any other Assassin’s game to date. Previously, we knew it had made more money at launch than any other game in the series.

Along with Watch Dogs: Legion, Ubisoft says it had two of the top four best-sellers on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series S/X. On Nintendo Switch, Ubisoft saw particularly strong sales of Just Dance 2021 – enough to make it that series’ best-selling entry in six years.

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