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.
EU Suing Conservative Countries Refusing Orders to Accept Third World Migrants
The three countries claim that Brussels is attempting to interfere with their national sovereignty. The Luxembourg-based ECJ could impose heavy fines.
Ubisoft has announced that the highly anticipated Far Cry 5, which was originally slated for February 27, 2018, has been delayed a month to March 27, 2018. Fortunately, the delay for Far Cry 5 and The Crew 2 seems to be the former rather than the latter.
Ubisoft is in the third quarter of the fiscal year, so The Crew 2 probably won't release until sometime next spring, as fiscal year 2018-19 doesn't start until the end of March.
Abu Dhabi Identified As Buyer Of $450m Da Vinci Salvator Mundi
Just to qualify as a bidder for the last privately-owned da Vinci in the world , Prince Bader had to jump through several hoops. However, Prince Bader attended King Saud University in Riyadh around the same time or along with Prince Mohammed.
Ubisoft has delayed three of its games, saying they got the idea from the positive response to Assassin's Creed Origin's year off. This unknown game is the reason for the delays is to allow developers more time to work on these three games. As expected, this had a very positive impact on the game's quality and largely participated to its commercial success. Sound off in the comments and let us know!
'Taking a similar approach, we have made a decision to invest additional development time in three upcoming games'. As a reminder, previously-announced assumptions for 2018-19 were total sales of 28 million units for the four AAA games (3 unannounced franchises and Skull & Bones) and digital revenue accounting for more than 55% of the overall sales figure for the fiscal year. You can check out the most recent trailer for it down below.
Devin Booker Carried Off Court With Groin Injury
Suns star Devin Booker was carried off the court late in Tuesday's game with the Raptors with a strained left abductor muscle. This means the Suns are going to have to part ways with one of their active-roster players to get down to 15.