Ubisoft has an unfortunate air about them that has fans expecting delays on their favorite games when their release dates are initially released – mainly for PC that is. The Assassin’s Creed series is definitely no stranger to this, and you could even say it’s pioneered this vision into gamers’ minds. Assassin’s Creed III fell victim to this vicious circle and was delayed on PC, being pushed past its initial release date.
The developer has finally come forward with the new release date for the PC version of the game, saying that players can look forward to picking it up on November 23rd later this year. The console versions of the game will be released about a month earlier on October 30th. Surprisingly enough, Assassin’s Creed III will also be available for the Wii U when it launches.
The wait will still be there for PC owners, but at least it’s not nearly as long as it has been with the previous games. The first Assassin’s Creed PC title took five whole months to make it to the platform after the console version hit. Its sequel along with Brotherhood took four months, and Revelations cut it down to about two weeks. A wait’s a wait, but hopefully it’ll be worth it.
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