Ubisoft releasing Rainbow Six Siege, For Honor, UNO, and more to Google Stadia

In a new investor call earlier today, Ubisoft has announced a plethora of new games releasing soon on Google’s cloud gaming service: Stadia.

Ubisoft shared their list of expected releases for the 1st fiscal quarter of 2021 in today’s earnings call, which revealed Rainbow Six Siege, For Honor and Uno coming to Stadia.

The hugely popular tactical shooter, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, has stepped foot into Year 6. And with over 70 million registered players, it seems like this FPS title will keep on growing with the Stadia release.

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According to the release schedule, Siege’s stadia release will happen in Year 6 Season 2, which is set to release sometime in June. Alongside R6S, DLC of Ubisoft’s other AAA titles is also expected to arrive on Stadia, including For Honor, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Watch Dogs Legion, Immortals Fenyx Rising, and The Division 2.

Except for the new DLC for Anno 1800, it seems like all of Ubisoft’s 1st quarter releases are coming to Stadia. This will also allow Ubisoft+ subscribers to enjoy all the titles without a gaming PC or console, utilizing the power of cloud gaming service.

The financial report also confirmed the release window for Ubisoft’s upcoming games such as Far Cry 6, Rainbow Six: Quarantine, Riders Republic, and more. These titles listed below are expected to be released by this fiscal year, which means before March 2022.

It seems like Ubisoft has a lot to reveal in the upcoming Forward Event, which is a part of E3 2021. The event will be streamed live on Saturday, June 12, at 12 PM PT, so make sure to tune in for all the new information.

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