Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora Delayed to At Least April 2023


Ubisoft has introduced that its upcoming first-person open world journey, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora has been delayed to April 2023 on the earliest.

Revealed as a part of Ubisoft’s Q1 earnings report, the sport was delayed into Ubisoft’s 2023-24 monetary yr, which begins subsequent April. No extra particular launch timeframe was given.

After an announcement in 2017 and a reveal in 2021, we have heard remarkably little concerning the undertaking – that means many will not be too stunned by the delay. Developed by The Division developer, Huge, the undertaking was apparently spectacular sufficient to persuade Disney to allow them to make a Star Wars sport, too.

No reasoning was given for the delay. Ubisoft did say, “We’re dedicated to delivering a cutting-edge immersive expertise that takes full benefit of next-gen expertise, as this wonderful international leisure model represents a serious multi-year alternative for Ubisoft.”

“Whereas this extra growth time is a mirrored image of the present ongoing constraints on productions throughout the trade,” it continued, “we’re exhausting at work to design essentially the most environment friendly working situations to make sure each flexibility for our groups in addition to robust productiveness whereas delivering the perfect experiences to gamers.”

Replace: Talking at an earnings Q&A, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot stated the sport had been delayed, “as a result of the truth that working situations are harder within the trade in the meanwhile, the place folks cannot come to the workplace as usually. That is had an influence, and it was the most important influence.”

The corporate additionally confirmed {that a} “smaller unannounced premium sport” had additionally been delayed out of this monetary yr and into the following. It joins an enormous record of video games delayed out of 2022 and into 2023 – primarily because of the results of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Each Sport Delay Introduced in 2022

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