Ubisoft maintains that they are ‘evaluating’ options due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, they have no intention of delaying the game more times.
Rainbow Six Quarantine continues to hope to immerse Spanish and worldwide players in its proposal this 2021. Ubisoft has no intention of delaying the game again, which is now scheduled to debut from April, which coincides with the French firm’s new fiscal year (from April 2021 to March 2022).
However, he would be evaluating the possibility of changing the game’s name due to the coronavirus pandemic. After all, “quarantine” means “quarantine,”; And we suppose that’s the last word any of us want to hear.
Rainbow Six Quarantine: The Latest Game News
During its recent third-quarter investor meeting on Tuesday, Ubisoft addressed some interesting questions. On the one hand, the firm maintains that they have not yet decided on the hypothetical increase in their video games’ price.
On the other hand, in the conversation, Rainbow Six Quarantine’s state was mentioned, which aims to debut on PC, PS4, Xbox One, PS5, and Xbox Series X / S.
The French firm indicates that, for the moment, the launch of the game is maintained for 2021, and they do not intend to delay its debut again.
However, one issue could be given a twist: a name change for the title. Ubisoft was asked if they were concerned about releasing such a game in the middle of a global pandemic. Let’s keep in mind that the story is based on the arrival of an alien virus that devastates humanity. In this regard, they asked if they were considering delaying the title again.
Not a new delay, but a name change is likely With Rainbow Six Quarantine, we are creating a product that, in reality, what it is called today is something that we are evaluating. We will see what the future holds for this product,” responded Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot.
It is clear that the company is advancing with leaden feet with a saga that has earned it many benefits: in this same financial meeting, Ubisoft’s CFO, Frédérick Duguet, indicated that Rainbow Six Siege “has recently reached a tremendous milestone by exceeding the 70 million players, having added 15 million in the last 12 months. ”
Ubisoft noted in May 2020 that Rainbow Six Siege had generated more than € 1 billion in net pre-orders and attracted more than 45 million players, proving its strength in the market since its launch in December 2015 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
The company released Rainbow Six Siege for PS5 and Xbox Series X / S in December 2020. Rainbow Six Quarantine, meanwhile, was announced at E3 2019 as a cooperative zombie shooter.