Posted on June 13, 2013 AT 09:49am
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow 6: Patriots—first announced in 2011—is moving to next-generation platforms, IGN reports.
“We can’t—and we don’t want to—make ten giant blockbuster games at the same time,” Ubisoft senior vice president of sales and marketing Tony Key told IGN. “We’re absolutely making another Rainbow 6. We’ve already said so. We just, as we enter this new generation, have to make sure we make the right game at the right time with the right features sets.”
“And Rainbow 6 got caught in the transition of going to next-gen and essentially we’re figuring out ‘well, are we making the right game for the right hardware systems?’” Key added. “Sometimes you have to take a step back and go ‘you know, I’m seeing the possibilities, but it’s gonna take more time. We don’t really have anything else to announce or say about Rainbow 6, but we will say it’s a really exciting project for us and we can’t wait to say more.”
While long-delayed, Patriots was originally expected to release on PC, PS3, and Xbox 360.
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