Ubisoft executive Christine Burgess-Quémard said in a statement it will be investing "additional development time" in those games, as it needed more time to develop the recently released Assassin's Creed's Origins. "Taking a similar approach, we have chose to invest additional development time in three upcoming games". Tune in to the Ubiblog tomorrow, December 8th at 10 p.m. PST to get the newest look at Far Cry 5.
Far Cry 5, originally due out on February 27, will have to wait a month as it will now release on March 27.
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Ubisoft is a leading creator, publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment and services, with a rich portfolio of world-renowned brands, including Assassin's Creed, Just Dance, Rayman, Far Cry, Watch_Dogs and the Tom Clancy video game series. The company confirmed in a new blog post that bothFar Cry 5 and The Crew 2 have been pushed back, though at least Far Cry's isn't a huge setback. This unknown game is the reason for the delays is to allow developers more time to work on these three games. Players will battle against a violent, anti-government religious sect in the United States.
Announced in a press release sent to Glixel this morning, Ubisoft said it would be "investing more time" into each of the games, though it didn't elaborate much further on why they were delayed. Thankfully, February is only 28 days. Meanwhile, The Crew 2 will now be released sometime in the first half of the 2018-2019 fiscal year rather than on March 16, 2018. You can check out the most recent trailer for it down below.