Ubisoft has just announced that PC was their most profitable platform in the first quarter of this financial year, which is a far cry (whew) from industry expectations from just a few short years ago.
According to the financial reports, Assassin's Creed Odyssey and Rainbow Six Siege are the main culprits behind the platform's profitability, though PC-exclusive Anno 1800 isn't anything to scoff at, either.
Ubisoft's financial reports say that 34% of net bookings come from PC, which is quite a substantial number for such a massive company. PlayStation 4 sits at the second place with 31% of revenue share, with XBOne a bit further behind, at 18%.
Furthermore, digital is king for Ubisoft, which isn't very surprising at all: a substantial 93% of bookings come from digital sales, thus confirming the latest industry trend of going full digital. With live service games performing best for Ubisoft, it's to be expected that they will lean even more heavily in this direction.
With such a formidable lineup as The Division 2, Rainbow Six Siege, and Assassin's Creed Odyssey, it's no wonder Ubisoft is seeing such success on PC in particular. Who knows what the future holds for this classic video game company.