Ubi Soft has announced that it will release six titles for the Nintendo GameCube by March, 2002.
The company revealed that five previously announced titles, BATMAN: VENGEANCE, TOM CLANCY'S RAINBOW SIX: ROGUE SPEAR, RAYMAN ARENA, DISNEY'S TARZAN UNTAMED, and DISNEY'S DONALD DUCK GOIN' QUACKERS, as well as one previously unannounced title, EVOLUTION WORLDS, will be released in the first five months of the GameCube's life.
EVOLUTION WORLDS was not elaborated on, although it could be the next game in the Dreamcast RPG series, EVOLUTION.
"We strongly believe in the success of the GameCube. It is clearly a next-generation system which will reach millions of players thanks to its mass market price, quality titles, and Game Boy Advance link," says Yves Guillemot, president and CEO, Ubi Soft Entertainment. "Nintendo has 18 solid years in interactive entertainment, and they have created a pure gaming machine that promises innovative experiences for players."
Ubi Soft plans to release 20 GameCube titles by the end of next year.