Ubisoft detailed more of its upcoming lineup of games for this year and next in an Ubisoft Forward video presentation today.
For this year, Ubisoft gave its latest open-world action-adventure a release date, as the Greek mythology-inspired Immortals: Fenyx Rising will arrive December 3 for PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series S and X, Stadia, and PC.
Ubisoft said it will also launch on the PS5 "upon the launch of the console," with free cross-gen upgrades for PS4 and Xbox One customers who invest in the next-gen systems.
In addition, Ubisoft will release Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game - Complete Edition on PS4, Xbox One, Switch, Stadia, and PC this holiday season.
The game is a re-release of the licensed 2010 beat-'em-up, which hasn't been available since being delisted in 2014.
The publisher also lined up a pair of titles for next year, starting with Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on January 21. As the name implies, the game is a remake of the 2003 original Sands of Time.
Ubisoft is describing it as a "full-scale" remake from its Pune and Mumbai studios, but has set a two-thirds-scale $39.99 retail price for it.
Ubisoft also announced and dated Riders Republic, an open-world extreme sports title from Ubisoft Annecy, the studio behind 2016's winter sports game Steep.
The massively multiplayer title will launch February 25 on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S and X, Stadia, and PC, with free next-gen upgrades for those who purchase the PS4 or Xbox One versions and then pick up the newer hardware.
The company also today announced a pair of new virtual reality projects. Space exploration title AGOS: A Game of Space releases October 28, while Far Cry VR: Dive into Insanity will be a location-based VR experience launching next year exclusively at Zero Latency VR entertainment centers.
Finally, Ubisoft revealed the Rainbow 6 World Cup, a new country-based competition planned for the summer of 2021.
Hours before the Ubisoft Forward event, Ubisoft released a video statement from CEO Yves Guillemot addressing the numerous abuse allegations that resulted in the removal of a handful of high-level employees and executives in recent months, as well as a recent controversy over a mobile game casting a social protest movement using a raised fist symbol as a front for a terrorist organization.
The event itself did not include the video, and made no mention of either topic.