As the French publisher Ubisoft has announced, Far Cry 6 and Rainbow Six: Quarantine will be delayed. At times, February was the release period, but it has now been confirmed that both games will be launched between April and September 2021. 


In its latest financial report, Ubisoft had announced the delays of the two games Far Cry 6 and Rainbow Six: Quarantine. However, the periods are generous: The French publisher wants to bring the titles onto the market between fiscal years 2021 and 2022, which means that the releases for Far Cry 6 and Rainbow Six: Quarantine should take place sometime between April and September.

Corona is the reason for postponement

The current pandemic situation plays a role in the decision to publish the games later. It simply takes more time to raise brands to the level of quality they deserve.

Ubisoft is generally optimistic about its brands: Watch Dogs: Legion has been released for the current-gen consoles and will be released with the availability of Xbox Series X | S and Playstation 5 also take the plunge into the next generation.

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Ubisoft is also placing its hopes on Immortals: Fenyx Rising, an action adventure that will be launched in December for Nintendo Switch, among other things. There will be no postponements for Assassin's Creed: Valhalla. The new offshoot of the assassin series appears parallel to the next-gen launch on November 10th.

In fact, Ubisoft has some strong brands in its portfolio with which the start into the “next generation” can be achieved. Ubisoft thus also seems to evaluate its long-term strategy of establishing brands and then continuing them as successful.


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