Ubisoft can no longer meet its release plans for Far Cry 6 and Rainbow Six: Quarantine.
While Ubisoft’s range of games is picking up speed in 2020, the publisher’s next planned releases will be delayed. In a meeting with investors, the company announced that the originally planned release dates for Far Cry 6 and Rainbow Six: Quarantine
The reason for this is, as has so often been the case for some time in the industry, difficulties in the development process caused by the corona pandemic.
New release dates were not given for Far Cry or Rainbow Six. However, both titles have been postponed to the first half of the 2021 fiscal year, which begins April 1, 2021. According to the current status, both shooters will appear at the latest at the end of September 2021.
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Far Cry 6 was supposed to be released on February 18th on the current and next-gen consoles, Stadia, Amazon Luna and PC. In contrast, it is not the first postponement to hit Rainbow Six: Quarantine, which should be released sometime in 2020 after an initial delay announced in October 2019.