Ubisoft could announce Far Cry 6 at their upcoming Ubisoft Forward event, which is currently set for July. The game will not arrive this year though, as the release date is reportedly set for early 2021.
A new Far Cry game is just one of the projects that Ubisoft currently have in development. We know from earlier confirmed reports that Assassin's Creed: Valhalla, Watch Dogs: Legion, Rainbow Six: Quarantine and Far Cry are publisher's biggest upcoming titles.
The majority of these are set to release in 2020 with Assassin's Creed: Valhalla leading the pack. Far Cry 6, however, will be one of the, if not the only game from the list to release in 2021. This rumour comes from gamereactor.dk who claim that Far Cry 6 will not release before April 2021.
Furthermore, the report claims that players who were bored with the game's North American setting will find the next instalment a lot more interesting. This suggests that Far Cry 6 could return to some exotic location or event take us somewhere totally unexpected like dinosaur era, which was one of the options in Ubisoft's survey for Far Cry 6 setting.
Of course, this is just a speculation but luckily, we will not have to wait for too long to see the new game since Ubisoft probably plan to show it off at the Ubisoft Forward event, which is currently set for July 12 2020.