What's going on all of a sudden? The Last of Us: Part II has been delayed to 29th May 2020, but Ubisoft has gone and one upped that unfortunate announcement by pushing back all three of its biggest titles hitting next year. Watch Dogs Legion, Gods & Monsters, and Rainbow Six: Quarantine have all been delayed to the French publisher's next fiscal year.
Revealed in an ongoing Ubisoft business call, the three games in question will now launch between the months of April 2020 and March 2021. Gods & Monsters was set to release on PlayStation 4 on 25th February with Watch Dogs Legion following a few weeks later on 6th March. Rainbow Six: Quarantine was never given an exact launch date.
The delays now mean that a PlayStation 5 version for all three is almost certainly on the cards, which is at least a small silver lining to this news. We'll have to wait a while longer before we get our hands on Watch Dogs Legion, but it will be on Sony's next-gen system whenever it decides to launch.
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