Ubisoft chairman Yves Guillemot told a group of investors and industry executives in New York today at the BMO Capital Markets digital entertainment conference, that the publisher of Assassin's Creed is developing games in new genres for the company, including RPGs, sports, music and fighting games.
Guillemot did not offer specifics though he did peg the release for Trackmania 2 next year.
The company is also working on a Might & Magic called Heroes Kingdoms for early next year as a fantasy MMO.
Guillemot said the company is hard at work on casual games for Microsoft's project Natal and Sony's motion controller.
He pegged the company's three big releases for the first quarter of next year as Splinter Cell Conviction, Red Steel 2 and RUSE.