Ubisoft postponed its two major releases in September. Both i will not announce its previously announced release dates, the company shared in separate blog posts on Friday. Originally scheduled to go out , Ubisoft now plans to release Extraction in January 2022. In the meantime, it was pushed Riders Republic from until October 28.
Of the two, Extraction is a more significant delay in terms of popularity Rainbow Six Siege and time frame included. “Our ambition is Rainbow Six extraction is to provide a full-fledged AAA experience that changes the way you play and think about shared games, ”said Ubisoft. “We accept the opportunity to take the extra time to revive this vision in the way it deserves in January 2022. We are convinced that it will ensure Rainbow Six extraction is an impressive, collaborative and exciting experience that we set out to create and one that you strive to play. “
As for the latter game, Ubisoft said the delay “will give us more time to fine-tune the experience and give you another chance to jump in before launch and provide feedback.” On his own , the company said players will get a chance to beta test Riders Republic before release.
No delay is the first for Rainbow Six extraction i Riders Republic. The latter was originally supposed to come out in . However, Extraction had a more complex development. Ubisoft first announced the game at E3 2019, when it was known as . It was supposed to come out in 2020 then, but that didn’t happen then. Ubisoft didn’t say much about the game at the time until it revealed it was considering a name change.
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