Let them eat... hidden blade!
It looks like players will have to wait a little longer to make their Leap of Faith into Assassin's Creed Unity. The newest Assassin's Creed will be delayed by roughly two weeks, seeing release in the US on November 11 and the rest of the world on November 13. "Now that the team has a near-finished game, those extra two weeks will allow them to focus on those minor adjustments that can make a big difference – and ultimately help Ubisoft deliver on the promise of the game," Ubisoft claimed in a recent blog post. Sad as it is that the wait has been extended, we hope that it gives the development team time to hone in on the little things that will make the experience that much better.
However, the delay doesn't change what gamers have to look forward to. Still coming to PS4 and Xbox One this year, Unity is set during the bloody days of the French Revolution and boasts new-gen graphic capabilities, an expansive and chaotic Paris, and more angry mobs than it would be wise to shake a stick at.
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