The newest game from Ubisoft has been was rejected by Xbox as well as PlayStation quality assurance
Ubisoft is among the longest-running video game firms in the world that offers gamers many titles that span a wide range of genres since its beginning into 1986.
From Assassin’s creed Far Cry, Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell, Rainbow Six to lesser-known titles like Child of Light and Valiant Hearts: The Great War, Ubisoft offers every player covered.
In spite of the huge success of Beowulf and huge success, it’s safe to declare that Ubisoft has been a bit sloppy not to mention some flops such as Beowulf the Game, Fighters Uncaged, Fighter Within and many others. This is why Ubisoft is a propensity of pulling projects before they even be released to the public.
The company’s defense in its defense, as the gigantic company they are, Ubisoft is throwing several projects in the air to determine what will stick, whether for good or bad. One such project, which Ubisoft plans to be looking forward to being its most recent hit could be Call of Duty-inspired free to play FPS, XDefiant. Created in collaboration with Ubisoft San Francisco, XDefiantis an arena shooter, which is in the testing period.
In the moment it is now and will continue to be so, XDefiantis going to be accessible on all current platforms besides Nintendo Switch. The idea was XDefiantwould launch by the time it is but the release has been pushed back because of Xbox as well as PlayStation refusing to allow the game through its digital stores because of its current status.
In an earlier Ubisoft blog post the XDefiantproducer Mark Rubin confirms that the shooter was denied its approval by two major console companies, which implies that the game needs to be returned to the drawing board in order to make those necessary adjustments before it is accepted as suitable to be played by consumers. Ubisoft initially applied for the certification in the middle of July. However, the recent delay results in Ubisoft’s release date for XDefiantrelease date was pushed by a few days, possibly from the middle of September until October.
Regarding regarding the release date of XDefiant in relation to the XDefiantrelease day, Rubin explained: “If we followed the usual regulations for releases of games We would have chosen the date well ahead of time with a sufficient time to ensure a certain release date. But, as with a lot of other things in this game, we’ve decided to go a different route than the standard.”