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Friday, 13 July 2012 07:59

AC 3 PC delay rumors now confirmed

Written by David Stellmack



Will arrive before holidays, however


We have been hearing a number of rumors that Ubisoft’s release of Assassin’s Creed 3 for the PC was going to be delayed beyond the expected release date after the arrival on the console system on October 30th.

The latest word now is that Ubisoft is planning for it to arrive at some point before Christmas, but they are not sure when that will be, according to creative lead Alex Hutchinson who spoke about this during a panel discussion at Comic-Con.

Additional details on its arrival date are expected near the release of the console version of the game. Whispers we heard seem to suggest that it could be that the console version release date could change, as well, but that has not yet been confirmed and is still strictly a rumor. The reasons for any possible delays have not been made public by Ubisoft.


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