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Ubisoft’s Big Day of Delays and Cancellations: Open World Game Avatar Postpones to FY24

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Increase / Ubisoft insists its first video game be based on the TV series Avatar is still on the way, but will now skip its original “2022” launch window.

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Fans of gaming mega-publisher Ubisoft may have been hoping that the upcoming showcase, scheduled to air in September, might hold a few surprises or confirmations for other major titles coming in 2022. However, the company’s latest financial disclosure presentation fell apart. , en masse.

Thursday’s investor reveal was accompanied by an audio presentation hosted by Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot, and its first nine minutes contained mostly doom and gloom. After confirming previously announced launch plans Mario + Rabbids continuation and long-awaited Skull and Bones pirated game, Guillemot confirmed two long game delays and four game cancellations, while omitting at least two games that were clearly in limbo.

Something similar to “The Way of Waiting”

Perhaps the biggest news concerns the delay Avatar: Pandora’s Limits, an open-world adventure game based on the Avatar film series by James Cameron. The game is now scheduled to launch in Ubisoft’s “Fiscal Year 24”, which could mean any time between April 2023 and March 2024. the first sequel to this series of films in 13 years, Avatar: Path of Water.

We might see a more precise launch date for this game during the aforementioned September video presentation, or at least something that resembles actual gameplay; so far the only hint of Avatar the game’s existence is an “in-engine” disclosure that may not actually match how the game will look in real time. However, it appears that the game is aimed at current generation consoles such as the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S, which could mean the game will make a significant technological leap that was not available on previous generation console families.

Guillemot took the opportunity to confirm that A: FOP represents a “major multi-year opportunity for Ubisoft”, suggesting it could come with online game-as-a-service hooks or “expansion pack” add-ons to keep players interested over time, much like what Ubisoft has done with almost all games open world games released in the last eight years.

VR game that will now only be virtual, not real

In addition, Guillemot confirmed that the “smaller unannounced premium game” has been moved from Ubisoft’s FY23 to FY24. Without further clarification as to what the project is, we must turn to reporters such as Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier, who previously suggested that the game in question is a standalone game. Assassin’s Creed extension package. Known as “Project Rift”, this game reportedly started life as a 2020s add-on. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla before converting to a larger temporary release. According to the same reports, this was done to appease fans, while another unannounced Assassin’s Creed a project designed to function as an ever-evolving online hub Assassin’s Creed environment and timeline is still under development.

Following news of two game delays, Guillemot confirmed the cancellation of four games, including two previously announced games: Ghost Recon Frontline, a battle royale concept that has already been through early play testing; as well as Splinter Cell VR, a new, Meta Quest-exclusive entry in the long-running stealth action series. The latter was announced during an Oculus event in 2020 when something was called Assassin’s Creed VR was also announced (and not to be confused with the room escape series VR installations). A Reddit post published earlier this year included a video mockup of a potential new VR game called Assassin’s Creed Nexusand its author suggested that the resulting game would offer a more linear translation alternating current The series’ formula for VR, although its authenticity is far from confirmed.

The bloodshed continued while speaking to the news of the cancellation of “two other unannounced titles”. FROM ACVR previously announced, it may remain on Ubisoft’s development list, though the company didn’t have any details on the game today. Anyway, ACVR was not mentioned directly during today’s presentation, and the same goes for two of Ubisoft’s most elusive games in development: Beyond Good and Evil 2announced with great fanfare at E3 2017, and Remake of Prince of Persiawhich was announced in 2020 but has been delayed several times.

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