Ubisoft is in a bit of an unenviable position this year as they can’t count on the new Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry games still in development. That is, there is still a small chance for Assassin's Creed - a smaller spin-off title was mentioned, but judging by the plan from the financial report, the repertoire so far includes only three Ubisoft games until the spring of 2023: Skull & Bones, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora and Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope.
None of these games have a specific release date, but it is to be expected that Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora will be launched later this year to accompany the release of the new film Avatar: Way of the Water. It will also be the first Ubisoft game made for the new generation of hardware, on a new version of the Snowdrop engine.
Ubisoft reports that some other premium games (perhaps The Settlers) are planned, as well as free-to-play titles based on their biggest franchises. Don’t expect Beyond Good and Evil 2 - that ship probably sank, but we wouldn’t be surprised to get a free-to-play game from the Far Cry series on the other hand.