‘Rainbow Six Quarantine’ has also reportedly been delayed
Ubisoft has delayed Far Cry 6 to allow the team more time to work on the game and focus on well-being of its staff.
The game was originally set to release on February 18, 2021, but has since been pushed back. The company confirmed the delay with a statement on Twitter, after Far Cry 6 and Rainbow Six Quarantine were reportedly said to be delayed according to the company’s Q2 earnings report.
“While we know you are all anxious to get your hands on Far Cry 6, we want to let you know we’ve been given more time to allow us to make this the game you inspire to play while focusing on the well-being of our teams in this unprecedented global context,” Ubisoft said. “Our teams around the world are working in the studios and from their homes to pour their passion and creativity into making an unforgettable game – one we hope you will love.”
Ubisoft did not officially announced a new release date for Far cry 6 in its statement, however, the Q2 report suggested the title has moved into the next fiscal year, which runs from April 2021 to March 2022.
The full statement below:
Over the coming weeks, Ubisoft plans to release other big budget games such as Watch Dogs: Legion, Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla and Immortals: Fenyx Rising. In early 2021, both Riders Republic and Prince Of Persia: The Sands Of Time Remake are also scheduled to launch.
Big changes are also planned for the company’s service platforms, which will be consolidated into one single platform called Ubisoft Connect. Users will be able to access a variety of unique features, as well as the ability to use game save data across any platform for specific games.