"Our performance fully validates our long-term choices and the large-scale investments we have been undertaking for several years now,” said CEO Yves Guillemot, “with a sharp ramp-up in games for core gamers and notably our strong comeback into the major segment of shooter games.”
Ubisoft say they’re doing precisely 23% better than they were this time last year, and have raised their predictions for the last part of the fiscal year (which ends March 31st). The company is now pretty confident they’ll have made an annual profit of between 90 and 100 million euros by then, which sounds like a lot.
Pour a little of that dosh into a PC version of Rayman Legends, won’t you Yves? Good lad.