Although many launches could be completed this year despite the pandemic, it is also true that 2020 has seen the announcement of various delays in projects that, for one reason or another, require more time to become a reality. In 2017, Ubisoft announced that it was working on a video game inspired by Avatar, the James Cameron movie, and although it had already been indicated that this title would not see the light this year, today it is known that it suffered a significant delay.
According to Ubisoft’s recent financial report, the Avatar video game , developed by its Massive Entertainment division, was delayed and its new release estimate is for sometime in 2022. Although the French company did not reveal the reason why this happened The decision is thought to be due to the delay suffered by the film’s sequel, which will also be released until 2022.
This announcement adds one more controversy to those that the French company is currently experiencing because, in addition to the problems and scandals derived from the accusations of harassment and a bad work environment, Far Cry 6 was delayed and so far has no release date. Likewise, the accusations launched against Michel Ancel have called into question the continuity of Beyond Good & Evil 2, a title about which nothing recent is known.