Ubisoft announced that it is changing the release dates for two of its titles, including Far Cry 6 and the co-op Rainbow Six Quarantine. These games have now been postponed until after April 2021.
Ubisoft said the games will go on sale until March 2022, and the reason for the transfer was the coronavirus pandemic. Far Cry 6 was previously scheduled to release in February.
Until the end of the current fiscal quarter, the company should wait for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Just Dance 2021, Immortals Fenyx Rising, a remake of Prince of Persia and Riders Republic.