Ubisoft is a big-time development studio that you’re all aware of. It’s brought out several classic video game franchises now and while we were going into 2020 with the expectations of several video game titles releasing, there has been a slight change-up. Instead, three of the major AAA video game titles that were featured during Ubisoft’s E3 press conference in 2019 has been delayed. While they are still launching in 2020, it won’t be until towards the end of the fiscal year.
Watch Dogs Legion, Gods & Monsters and lastly, Rainbow Six Quarantine has all been delayed. This leaves Ubisoft with some wide-open spaces where no games are launching into the market, but it’s not too surprising as the development studio is hoping to extend their development of these projects in order to deliver something that fans could gravitate towards.
The problem here is that again, we’re left with some large gaps from the studio as there’s only Just Dance 2020 launching this year before a potential gap of some of the bigger launch titles. This news comes from MarketScreener after Ubisoft made a conference call alerting what’s going on with the studio’s upcoming projects.
It’s a double-edged sword here because you’ll likely have to wait until the end of 2020 to get a chance to enjoy some of the more anticipated Ubisoft video game releases, but this also means that Ubisoft is working hard when it comes to developing these games. For now, we’ll have to wait and see just when the official release dates will be for the three main video game projects.