Ubisoft still has one more major blockbuster game due before March 2021.
The studio has revealed its plans for the next year, with the likes of 'Assassin's Creed Valhalla', 'Rainbow Six Quarantine', 'Watch Dogs: Legion' and 'Gods & Monsters' all set to be released.
In the company's latest financial report, Ubisoft boasted "the most ambitious lineup of the industry - and also confirmed plans for another huge title.
Although they didn't add any details, they added there is "one other unannounced AAA title coming from our biggest franchises".
Also notes in the report are other games with "deep social layers", which includes 'Brawlhalla', 'Roller Champions' and 'Tom Clancy's Elite Squad'.
Meanwhile, Ubisoft is now offering free Discovery Tours in 'Assassin's Creed Odyssey' and 'Origins'.
With people around the world in lockdown and dealing with restricted options when it comes to getting outside, the studio is giving players the chance to explore both Ancient Greece and Ancient Egypt.
The educational tool offers informative and entertainment museum-style tours of virtual history, and both features have been curated and assembled by real historians.
Although both Discovery Tours usually cost around £15 as standalone experiences - and they're also included in their respective games - they are now free until Thursday (21.05.20) to download and keep via the company's Free Events Page.