2020 has been a particularly good year for Ubisoft, which would like this to continue for years to come. For this, the studio relies on some of its flagship licenses, such as Far Cry, with the sixth major opus, and Rainbow Six: Quarantines, although this one is still quite mysterious. These two games have also experienced postponements and currently no longer have a launch window.
However, thanks to the latest financial report, the company's plans for the coming months have been mentioned, giving an idea of when several games in development will be released. If Skull & Bones has, once again, been postponed, Far Cry 6 and Rainbow Six: Quarantine should be released by March 31, 2022. We should therefore learn a little more about these two games at E3 2021, during the Ubisoft conference, which will take place on June 12..
As for The Division Heartland, the studio had specified during its announcement at the beginning of this month of May that its release was scheduled for "2021-2022", so it's less surprising to know that it will arrive before the end of the year. current fiscal year. We should also see more free-to-play from major Ubisoft licenses in the future, the company wanting to change its way of doing things, the goal being that as many players as possible discover these licenses.