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If you glance at Ubisoft’s earnings announcement today and don’t immediately understand it, you’ll be forgiven. Yet another The game delay is sneaking in. It’s Tom Clancy’s Division Heartland.
When Heartland was first announced in May of this year for free play, it was given a wide release period either this year or next year.Only a few days later, Ubisoft finance It means the period from 2021 to 2022, that is, from April 2021 to March 2022.
Heartland skipped E3 earlier this year and Ubisoft looked quiet in the final quarter, so I wondered if it was time to show off the game a bit more if this year really came. After all, that’s not the case. Ubisoft’s latest quarterly earnings report states that Heartland will join Prince of Persia and Rocksmith + in the next fiscal year from April 2022 to March 2023.
In particular, both Prince of Persia and Rocksmith are finally scheduled for the 2022 calendar. I haven’t heard any specific words as to whether these will return further to 2023, but Ubisoft seems to give itself some room for wiggles. there.
Ubisoft does a lot of this kind of thing. Rainbow Six Extraction, Immortals: Fenyx Rising, Watch Dogs: Legion were all postponed to 2019, after which Extraction was postponed again. Riders Republic experienced multiple delays today, Far Cry 6 was pushed back, Avatar, Skull & Bones has been delayed many times since it was announced in 2017, and the Ghost Recon frontline was announced earlier this month. At that time, the beta version was immediately postponed after a week.
Rebekah Valentine is an IGN news reporter. You can find her on twitter @duckvalentine..
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