Ubisoft has confirmed in its latest earnings call that it nonetheless plans to place out Rainbow Six: Quarantine and Far Cry 6 in some unspecified time in the future this 12 months after delaying each titles because of the ongoing results of the COVID-19 pandemic. The previous has by no means had a selected date hooked up to it (nor has any gameplay footage been shared) whereas the latter was initially set to launch later this month on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4. Ubisoft chief monetary officer Frédérick Duguet mentioned the present plan is to have each titles out earlier than the top of September.
What’s most fascinating is that the writer is contemplating altering the title of Rainbow Six: Quarantine in gentle of the real-world occasions of the previous 12 months. Ubisoft was requested whether or not it had any PR worries regarding the sport’s title, which sparked the next response from CEO Yves Guillemot: “On Rainbow Six Quarantine, we’re making a product that’s really, because it’s named right this moment, it’s one thing we’re evaluating and we are going to see what comes sooner or later on that product”. The sport is a PvE spin-off to Rainbow Six: Siege that duties squads with taking down contaminated hordes which have contracted an alien parasite.
Far Cry 6, in the meantime, stars Breaking Dangerous’s Giancarlo Esposito because the antagonist of a nation that wants liberating. You may take up that position as Dani Rojas, a neighborhood Yaran turned guerrilla fighter. A cinematic trailer, scores of screenshots, and a Collector’s Edition are already part of the advertising and marketing marketing campaign within the lead as much as the sport’s launch.