Ubisoft announced today that “Far Cry 6” has been postponed and is currently scheduled to be released in an uncertain location after April 2021.
The announcement was made via Ubisoft’s financial call earlier today, October 29. As you can see in the screenshot of Daniel Ahmad below, “Far Cry 6” has been postponed from its original release date on February 18, 2021, and has now been confirmed for the next consecutive fiscal year. Start at the moment. This means that it will be launched between April 2021 and March 2022.
Far Cry 6 (Far Cry 6) and Rainbow Six Quarantine (Rainbow Six Quarantine) will now be released after April 2021(and before March 2022). pic.twitter.com/g2mR3DGgzj October 29, 2020
If you are not familiar with Ubisoft’s next project, “Far Cry 6” will be held in South America, a country ruled by the iron fist of the character Giancarlo Esposito, called Anton. Earlier this year, Esposito revealed that Far Cry 6 will have multiple endings, and you can make decisions about what happened to his vicious character.
In addition, “Far Cry 6” will also use third-person cutscenes. It’s not clear who we will play like Ubisoft’s sequel, but at least we know that we will actually get a proper understanding of them in these scenes.
Elsewhere in Ubisoft’s financial conference call, the mysterious Rainbow Six: the release window of the quarantine area was vaguely outlined. We use the term “ambiguity” here because it is planned to be released during the same loose period as Far Cry 6: between April 2021 and March 2022.
Since its first release at E3 2019 last year, little is known about the new Rainbow Six game. What we do know is that this is a cooperative PvE shooting game, and it will obviously solve the mysterious infection in some form.
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