Well, this is a surprise. We've seen a lot of footage for the upcoming Ubisoft title, Rainbow Six: Siege, but it looks like we'll be waiting a little bit longer to get our hands on this title. In a blog post published today, Ubisoft has pushed back the release date from October 13th to December 1st, stating that they felt they're "improvements we can make," from minor things like menu and interface options to enhancing the co-op experience. The close BETA will still being September 24th as planned. You can read the entire blog post here. Are you upset that the game got pushed back or do you think the extra month and a half will be worth the wait?
Ubisoft came with a slew of titles at this years E3, from a new Ip titled For Honor, to the return or some classic franchises like Just Dance but two of the high lights of the show were definitely Tom Clancys: The Division as well as an extended look at Rainbow Six: Siege. The latter of the two will launch a beta this September 24th. Aside from that, the Ubisoft show was a bit light this year with another look at Assassins Creed Syndicate as well. Take a look at the trailers for The Division and the new Rainbox Six: Siege, trailer, below.