the mother UviSoft Have you finally learned from past mistakes? The PC version of the new episode in the successful action and assassination series will be launched about a month late, in order to ensure optimal polishing and readiness
Good news for PC gamers? Assassin's Creed Syndicate, the new episode in the acclaimed series of UviSoft Taking us to London in the days of the Industrial Revolution, it will arrive on the Windows system about a month late compared to the console versions - ostensibly to ensure that the hustle and bustle that accompanied the launch of Assassin's Creed Unity will not be repeated.
Since the sputtering launch of the previous main episode of the Assassin's Creed series, we've had (unfortunately) encountered Arkham Knight, who undoubtedly put it in his little pocket when it comes to the terrible launch of a product that is not ready at all - but nonetheless, Right.
It's no secret that adapting a game to the PC platform, which consists of countless different and weird hardware combinations, is significantly more difficult and challenging than adapting to a console that is based on one single hardware system known in advance - so it's quite natural that thePC Of titles you will have to get to the market a bit late, in order to really be able to ensure quality at a level similar to that of consoles.
We can only hope that a month will be enough for Ubisoft to surprise us for good and provide a truly quality product, which can be a first step on the way to restoring the lost trust between it and the gamers who have been harmed by its wrong moves in the past.
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