With the announcement of the new Free-to-Play Tom Clancy's The Division Heartland, Ubisoft is ready to start a change of course towards a more active investment in the field of free games. This was announced by the financial director of the French software house Frederick Duguet.

According to Duget, "The production of 3-4 premium games per year is no longer an adequate indication of Ubisoft's values", thus confirming the actual willingness of the company to return i Free-to-Play their main source of income.

This means that Ubisoft will leave the stores and the development of titles Triple A? Obviously not, but in all likelihood we will begin to see fewer titles like Assassin's Creed: Valhalla e The Crew on the horizon, in favor of free games (and with microtransactions) such as Hyper scape or set within all the other intellectual properties of the Montreuil company.