Assassin’s Creed Unity release date setback

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We originally expected the Assassin’s Creed Unity release date to be at the end of October, but this has changed today thanks to a statement from Ubisoft announcing a setback until November. The delay comes after the company needs more time to deliver the outstanding game fans have come to expect from them.

The news that Assassin’s Creed Unity is delayed came on Twitter under 30 minutes ago, as you can see below within the said tweet by Ubisoft’s official account.

You can expect the new Assassin’s Creed Unity release date to be November 11, or two days later for the UK. You can follow the link within the tweet above for more details, but in a nutshell Ubisoft want to offer an “exceptional” game and this will take a little more time to “hone” some of the finer details.

Are you happy to see a slight delay for a better game, or would you rather have Assassin’s Creed Unity release sooner and then get a patch later on? The latter is what we know a number of developers/publishers would do, although in our opinion it’s great to see Ubisoft aim for the best a game can be without delaying the title too much.

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