by Mike Bendel on September 30, 2009 @ 12:00 am
Ubisoft has announced via a Twitter tweet that Assassin’s Creed 2 will not see the light of day on PC until early next year. While its console counterparts are still on for a November debut, the dev team felt more time was needed to “deliver the best quality game” on the Windows side of things.
The original also saw a late release on PC, so this development isn’t entirely surprising. With the influx of quality titles hitting all major platforms this holiday season, we’d wager a bet that most PC gamers will be busy enough to not mind waiting a couple more months for an improved product.
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