It is not a fantastic news day now, is it? Initial The Final of Us two gets delayed, and now Watch Dogs Legion and the new Rainbow Six game. What the hell am I going to play subsequent year now?! Other items, I suppose.
Watch Dogs Legion and Rainbow Six Quarantine have each been delayed into the subsequent fiscal year, which means they will release just after April 2020. The original release date for Watch Dogs Legion – one particular of my favourite games at E3 2019, no significantly less – was supposed to release on March 3rd, 2020. Rainbox Six Quarantine didn’t have a release date, although it was anticipated to release sometime in early 2020. The new open-planet RPG by Ubisoft, Gods & Monsters has also been place in the firing line, with it, also, becoming delayed to the subsequent fiscal year. Nonetheless, as that game is geared additional towards kids, the backlash on the web will not be as harsh. But then Rainbow Six and Watch Dogs fans… That could be a further story.
Ubisoft president Yves Guillemot mentioned in an investor-relations statement that “while each and every of these games currently has a powerful identity and higher possible, we want our teams to have additional improvement time to make sure that their respective innovations are completely implemented so as to provide optimal experiences for players.”
Fair adequate, I suppose. The rest of the statement paints a bleak image for Ubisoft, also, and could be why the publisher is pushing games back and providing developer additional time. The Division two and Ghost Recon Breakpoint have each noticed disappointing income, with the latter becoming practically nothing brief of catastrophic the critiques have been not type at all, and the truth that the game is complete of microtransactions hasn’t helped, either. Even Yves Guillemot admitted that Breakpoint “has been strongly rejected by a substantial portion of the neighborhood.”
Chris has been writing about gaming news for far also extended, and now he’s undertaking it even additional. A correct PlayStation know-it-all, Chris has owned just about just about every Sony console that ever existed. Trophies are like crack to this fella. (Bronze trophies, that is – he only has one particular Platinum.)