During their latest investor's call, Ubisoft confirmed that they're going to be launching five major titles between the end of this financial year (March 2015). Knowing that these titles are likely to be Watch Dogs, The Crew, and Just Dance, that leaves us with two unannounced games that are still to be revealed.
Interestingly, in all of this talk of incoming games, The Division wasn't mentioned. Take from that what you will.
Yves Guillemot, Ubisoft CEO, said: "Fiscal 2014-15 will see an exceptional games line-up, with the release of five major titles including Just Dance, The Crew and Watch Dogs, which is scheduled for release in the first fiscal quarter. Our line-up is also expected to reap the benefits of the return to growth in the console market and the increasingly significant impact of digital gaming."
"There is two more games that are still not announced that we will soon announce," said Ubisoft during the accompanying conference call (and via NowGamer).
With Assassin's Creed games coming thick and fast of late, it'd be of little surprise should the series get a new chapter come the end of the year. After comments made by Jean Guesdon in a recent interview with VG247, speculation is mounting that the next AC title might be set in Feudal Japan, though it looks like we're going to have to wait for official confirmation on that one before we'll know either way.