The Crew 2 will now be released in the "first half of Fiscal 2018-19", instead of March 16th, 2018.
Ubisoft has officially confirmed today that two of their highly anticipated titles have seen a delay.
"Taking more time with Assassin's Creed Origins enabled our talented development team to fully express their creative vision", Burgess-Quémard said in a press release.
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Ubisoft's worldwide studios executive director Christine Burgess-Quémard says "This decision is in line with our strategic vision of developing even more engaging and higher quality experiences for gamers".
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Far Cry 5, originally due out on February 27, will have to wait a month as it will now release on March 27.
Finally, a previously-disclosed but completely unannounced game, which has now been delayed from Fiscal Year 2018-2019 to the Fiscal 2019-2020 year (April 1, 2019, to March 31, 2020). As a result, we are now in a position to both update our financial 2017-18 targets, notably by revising our profitability upward, as well as invest additional development time in our future releases.
Ubisoft says that the additional development time will allow it "to continue running test phases and allow as many of you as possible to get hands-on with the game". If the company was on track for a February release, these last 30 days can be used for finishing touches. 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.
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