The previous year saw Ubi collect EUR 450 million in Q3. With this rise the company has revised their haul predictions for the entire fiscal year.
Ubisoft are proud of their "very robust performance" with casual games label Imagine in the quarter gone. They forecast total fiscal intake now between EUR 1.04 and 1.06 billion.
For the nine-month period ending December 31st, Ubisoft has seen a collective €852 million in sales. This has jumped up 19.8 percent from the previous year's €711 million in the same period; they're doing something right.
Ubi expect this Q4 to see between €190 million and €210 million drawn in through sales. Next fiscal should be an exciting one with Assassin's Creed 2 and Splinter Cell: Conviction likely to both headline.
Ubisoft sales rise 13% in Q3, figures reach over half a billion euros
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