Ubisoft sales up 64 percent for Q2
European publisher posts sales of $132.7 million for three-month period; full fiscal year projections in line.
Ubisoft has hit its set targets, and that's good for the game publisher and developer based out of France. The earnings for the company's second fiscal quarter were up 64 percent from the mark set at the same time last year. For the three-month period ending September 30, 2005, Ubisoft raked in 110 million euros ($132.7 million), up 67 millions euros ($80 million) from Q2 of last year.
For the company's full fiscal year, Ubisoft expects sales to hover near 600 million euros ($716.6 million), an increase of 12 percent over last year's mark. The company also forecasts the first nine months of the current fiscal year to reach 400 million euros ($477 million).
Upcoming games for Ubisoft include Peter Jackson's King Kong: The Official Game of the Movie and Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones.
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