Rainbow Six Quarantine March 21 Release Date Is Not Correct

Ubisoft confirms the release date listed on Ubisoft Connect is an error.


Eagle-eyed fans recently discovered that Ubisoft's own Ubisoft Connect website showed a March 21, 2021 release date for Rainbow Six Quarantine. However, this date is not correct.

A spokesperson for Ubisoft told IGN that the date is wrong, but the company did not explain how the error cropped up in the first place.

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Following a delay, Quarantine is now scheduled to launch sometime between April 1, 2021 and March 31, 2022, which is during Ubisoft's 2021-22 financial year. Quarantine was delayed alongside Far Cry 6 due in part to complications related to COVID-19 and working from home. Both games are expected to arrive within the first six months of the FY 2021-22 financial year.

Ubisoft's Avatar game has also been delayed. It's in development at The Division studio Ubisoft Massive, the Sweden-based studio that's also working with Lucasfilm Games and Disney on a brand-new open-world Star Wars video game.

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