WITHtwo Ubisoft games appear later than planned: The French publisher reports that Rainbow Six Extraction and Riders Republic will no longer appear as last announced. The new R6 offshoot, which Ubisoft postponed until 2022, is hit particularly hard. But also Riders Republic has been waiting almost two months longer.
The co-op shooter Rainbow Six Extraction will no longer appear on September 16, 2021, but in January 2022
The release of the extreme sports game Riders Republic will no longer take place on September 2nd, but on October 28, 2021 instead of.
Both games had to be postponed beforehand. However, the reasons should at least be good news for gamers, because, according to Ubisoft, the goal of both titles is to deliver better product quality in the end.
Ubisoft does not want to repeat mistakes
In the case of Rainbow Six Extraction, the publisher had already explained what was behind it during the last postponement. After the buggy release of Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, which also caused sales to fall short of expectations, Ubisoft wants to pay more attention to quality and technical maturity in future productions.
To make matters worse, the corona p andemic, which has dominated everything since the beginning of 2020, disrupts work processes and also causes numerous delays in the video game industry. In the end, fans should benefit from the postponements if the developers have more time to fix bugs.
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R6 Extraction: What about the forgotten Ubisoft shooter?
In the meantime, we show you in our play preview what you can expect from Rainbow Six: Extraction, where we locate the strengths and weaknesses and what else is interesting about the upcoming co-op shooter.
We also tried out Riders Republic and explain whether, according to our first impression, the extreme sport in the steep successor can keep up with its strengths on the slopes.