This year just isn’t working out for game developers. After a huge onslaught of titles were delayed past their expected release date, yet another joins their rank. The highly anticipated first current generation Assassin’s Creed game, Unity, has been officially pushed by two weeks. Thank goodness it’s still expected to come out this year, otherwise this fall was going to look a lot drier, but this now coincides with Ubisoft’s last generation release of Assassin’s Creed Rogue.
Ubisoft’s Gary Steinman posted a blog post explaining the decision to delay it in North America and EMEA, stating that they want to make the game as perfect as possible because a lot of the development team have put years into the project. Gary also stated that there will be a Day 1 patch and constant support after its arrival. Assassin’s Creed Unity is now expected to hit PS4, Xbox One and PC on November 11.