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Wednesday, 13 November 2013 09:33

Another Xbox One launch title to miss launch

Written by David Stellmack

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes confirmed as delayed

Warner has confirmed that LEGO Marvel Super Heroes will miss its announced launch date of November 22nd for the Xbox One version. While the Xbox One version is delayed, the PlayStation 4 version will make its launch date of November 15th in North America and its scheduled November 29th launch in Europe.

Other than Warner confirming the delay, the publisher only added that they plan to provide information on a release date for the Xbox One version as soon as possible. No additional reason was given for the delay.

The scratches off another title from the Xbox One day one launch list. It seems that unfortunately for Microsoft a number of Xbox One titles will not make launch day as scheduled. Sources tell us that we still could see it release before the year is out, but the reason for the delay is unclear.

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