The rumored sequel/spin-off to Ubisoft Quebec’s Immortals Fenyx Rising has reportedly been canceled. Sources chatting with VGC revealed it was in early growth, however management canceled it earlier this month due to “perceived challenges round establishing the IP.”
The sequel was allegedly based mostly on Hawaiian Polynesian tradition with a god-like narrator. It reportedly aimed for a 2025 launch, however plans for the collection are sidelined, as Ubisoft focuses on extra “distinguished” manufacturers. VGC additionally understood that the majority gross sales for the primary sport have been from reductions and that they got here to be 70 % much less in Europe than Murderer’s Creed Valhalla achieved in an analogous interval.
As disappointing because it sounds for followers, this is smart from a enterprise perspective. Ubisoft has cancelled a number of tasks over the previous few years, together with a Splinter Cell battle royale title, aggressive shooter Undertaking Q, Ghost Recon Frontline and extra.
With Murderer’s Creed being its most profitable property, it’s placing all its eggs in a single basket with titles like Murderer’s Creed Mirage, Murderer’s Creed Codename RED and Murderer’s Creed Codename HEXE. There are much more within the works but to be introduced, and that doesn’t embrace spin-offs just like the mobile-only Codename JADE or VR-focused Murderer’s Creed Nexus VR. Time will inform if the Immortals collection will get one other shot.