Ubisoft has delayed Avatar: Pandora’s FrontierThe first quarter financial sales report quietly confirms the 2023-2024 release window.
whereas Report “Slightly better than expected” performance highlights for the company, with the rest of the report detailing a significant delay Avatar: Pandora’s Frontier,
whereas Avatar: Pandora’s Frontier Originally scheduled to launch in 2022 and coincide with the release of James Cameron’s upcoming film Avatar: The Path of WaterUbisoft has shared that it will now launch in 2023 or 2024.
On Delay, Ubisoft shared that although it is still committed to creating “state-of-the-art immersive experiences that take full advantage of next-gen technology”, the studio needed more time to do so.
Ubisoft explained, “While this additional development time is a reflection of ongoing constraints on productions across the industry, we are working hard to design the most efficient working conditions to ensure both flexibility.”
In the report, Ubisoft said it has delayed a “small unannounced premium game” to 2023-2024.
“Our new high-value mobile partnership for one of our brands reflects the powerful appeal of our brands for the rapidly growing AAA mobile segment,” shared Ubisoft Co-Founder and CEO Yves Guillemot. “This gives our teams more time to fully realize their creative vision and deliver high quality experiences for our fans, as well as increase our visibility for both 2022-23 and 2023-24. enhances.”
Earlier in the week, developers at Ubisoft discussed how “entitled gamers” make launching new games an unpleasant experience. talking to NMEAn anonymous developer said that they “avoid everything related to the games I work on, because I know that mentally I just can’t deal with the amount of negativity for a few pieces of good stuff”.