In the fall lineup for Ubisoft, the publisher’s roster of releases continued to grow in the past few months. Predating back to spring this year was when we learned that Far Cry 6 is paved for this coming October. Additionally, Just Dace 2022 is also making its return with the annual installment shipping the month after in November.
Elsewhere, Ubisoft went on to press that Riders Republic is also set to be delivered this coming October after its original September release. During the June Ubisoft Forward presentation, Ubisoft & Ubisoft San Francisco revealed that Rocksmith is returning with Rocksmith+. The new service is said to be an evolution of the learning experience to play guitar now expanding to PC alongside consoles and mobile devices.
According to a recent statement from Ubisoft, the original fall 2021 timeframe for Rocksmith+’s release is now out of the equation. Instead, Rocksmith+ is told to arrive sometime next year now.
To ensure we provide the best guitar learning service, we have decided to delay Rocksmith+ until 2022. We will use this opportunity to incorporate user feedback from our Closed Beta. We are convinced that this new release plan will give us time to deliver a smooth experience for all guitar and bass lovers.
In terms of other Ubisoft announcements this week, the publisher presses on its plans with the Driver IP. Since being unused after the 2011 release of Driver: San Francisco, the firm tells that is teaming with Binge to offer a live-action TV series coming exclusively to the streaming service. A release date nor casting has been provided as of writing.
Ubisoft went on to press that Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is expecting its Discovery Mode later on this October. Dubbed ‘Assassin’s Creed Discovery Tour: Viking Age’, the project is to ship on October 19 and be offered as a standalone experience for supported platforms at respected times. You can read the full report by heading here.
Do you plan to wait it out for Rocksmit+?
Rocksmith+ is slated to release sometime in 2022 for console, PC, and mobile devices.