The Ubisoft has recently announced that their release date for Far Cry 5 shall get delayed for various reasons. March 27th of 2018 shall launch this open-world first-person shooter. The previous release date was said to be February 27th of 2018, which has been canceled for various reasons.
Adding to this, the released date for The Crew 2 has now been moved from March 16th of 2018 to the very first half of the Ubisoft 2018-2019 fiscal year, which means that it shall be launched between April to September 2018. Another Ubisoft franchise game, which has not been revealed so far, has also faced similar change in release date.
According to the Ubisoft company, the official launch date has been postponed as the publisher of the game are more interested in investing with a rough time to develop all these games. This particular decision has been in line with Ubisoft’s strategic vision in producing a higher quality experience for all the gamers, said the executive director of Ubisoft, Christine Burgess.
By taking more time to develop Assassin’s Creed Origins, the talented development team was able to express their entire creative vision within the game. As expected, it did have a positive impact on the overall quality of the gameplay and turned out to be the most significant commercial success in recent times. By following such similar approaches, the Ubisoft has decided to invest with more additional opportunity to develop their upcoming games.
The Far Cry 5 is set to happen in Hope County, located in Montana. The gameplay lets the users create with their characters, and even become a junior deputy. Eden Gate is the main antagonist in this particular game, and it has been impacting a lot with other characters who are involved in the gameplay.