If you read my Ghost Recon: Breakpoint review, you would know the game is not good at all. So much so that I highly recommend you stay away from it and get something else as there is a lot to choose from at the moment. Ubisoft has admitted the game has not done too well and due to this, has decided to delay four of its upcoming games next year.
Watch Dogs Legion, Gods and Monsters, Rainbow Six Quarantine and the next instalment in the Assassin’s Creed series have been pushed back to new unconfirmed release dates. According to MarketScreener, Ubisoft broke the news during its financial call where founder Yves Guillemot revealed he wants his teams to have more development time for the games.
Ubisoft also admitted that they have not reached their desired goals for the two of their latest games. Both Division 2 and Breakpoint.
Ubisoft admitted the failure of Breakpoint was due to the challenge faced by trying to generate interest for a sequel created from years of optimization. Ubisoft claims they are currently working on the issues in Ghost Recon: Breakpoint and implementing significant changes to their production processes.
The delays are not too bad if you ask us. All the delayed titles were targeted for an early 2020 release and this means you can play games such as Cyberpunk 2077, and DOOM Eternal instead making the first half of the year look a little easier on our pockets. This delay came just a few hours after Sony delayed The Last of Us Part II.