Ubisoft has a number of games planned, including "Watch Dogs 2." Ubisoft

Ubisoft has a lot of things lined up even though until March 2017. This involves expected AAA titles and even a new IP to be released until the end of the fiscal year.

In a financial report, the company has outlined the planned titles from franchises which are already known to fans. The four games, according to VentureBeat, include “Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands,” “Watch Dogs 2,” “South Park: The Fractured But Whole” and “For Honor.” The fifth title is a still unnamed new IP.

This is a lot of activity, especially since the publisher has already confirmed skipping an “Assassin’s Creed” title during the fiscal 2017 year. Even without it, however, Ubisoft remains positive that its revenue will grow.

Ubisoft has also given a teaser to fans for one of its anticipated titles, “Watch Dogs 2.” Guillemot stated that the sequel will have some new changes compared to the first one. In broad strokes, he stated that these changes will include a new tone and an innovative gameplay

No specifics were cited as to how these will come about, GameSpot reported. However, the Ubisoft CEO did hint that these changes may drive “Watch Dogs 2” to potentially become one of the publisher’s best-selling title to date. It’s already forecasting the game to be among the best-selling titles come the fiscal year 2017, when the game is expected to launch.

During the earnings call, Ubisoft has also expressed its interest in integrating virtual reality support for its upcoming AAA games. This is not surprising, considering how preorders and purchase opportunities for the likes of Oculus Rift and HTC Vive are constantly being hounded by interested adopters.

As such, Ubisoft may be considering avenues for VR tech in its own franchises. DualShockers reported. It appears that the developer has hinted a surprise for E3 2016 related to VR.

“We see now a good momentum, but we are very disciplined on that, and we don’t spend too much before there are enough machines installed. But we learned a lot at the moment, and we adapted our engines so that they can be ready when the market takes off,” said Guillemot.

It remains to be seen whether Ubisoft is considering “Watch Dogs 2” as one of the games that will receive VR support in the future. This would certain provide an innovative experience for the installment. There’s certainly the E3 2016 tradeshow to look forward to, especially for announcements.