Ubisoft Reports Q3 FinancialsUbisoft Reports Q3 Financials January 20, 2005 - Ubisoft today reported its third quarter 2004-2005 financial results, showing sales totals of $231 million for its worldwide operations, an 18 percent decrease from the same period last year. The French developer and publisher is projecting record sales of $273 million for its fourth fiscal quarter. The company reports strong sales of its holiday titles. Prince of Persia Warrior Within in one month sold 1.9 million copies worldwide, while Ghost Recon 2, part of Ubisofts successful Tom Clancy franchise, sold 1.4 million copies in seven weeks. In Germany, The Settlers: Heritage of Kings sold 220,000 copies in five weeks. Looking into its fourth quarter, Ubisoft points to a number of high-profile games, including Tom Clancys Splinter Cell Chaos Theory, the third installment in the hit stealth-action series. Joining Sam Fishers latest adventure are Rainbow Six Lockdown, Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30, and Cold Fear. Lockdown will replace Far Cry: Instinctss previous place in Ubisofts fourth quarter. The console version of Far Cry is now expected for Fall 2005. "Ubisoft is well on its way to meeting its fiscal-year objectives and can count on an excellent year in 2005/06. This proves that our unique assets, brands and studios, are generating significant growth and profitability," commented Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot.