The video game producer Ubisoft has announced that delays the release of two of its most anticipated titles “Watch Dogs” and “The Crew”.
In a statement, Ubisoft has stated that due to the results and financial objectives for fiscal year 2013-2014, have decided to postpone the release of their titles.
“Watch Dogs and The Crew previously planned to be launched in the 2013-2014 fiscal year, are now organized by 2014-15. The review of the objectives for the years 2013-14 has been the cause of this change”.
It was intended that the game “Watch Dogs” arrived in stores on November 19 this year for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii U, with a subsequent release of the new Sony and Microsoft consoles (PS4 and Xbox One).
From Ubisoft pose that the year 2014 will be the return of the big consoles. From the official Blog of Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs have also decided to publish a press release.
“Our goal with Watch Dogs from the beginning has been to offer the best in the next generation of consoles. It is with this in mind, we have taken the difficult decision to delay the launch until spring 2014”, he said.
From the Blog say they have never wanted to jeopardize the quality of the game, and as the date approached the decision was made. “It became clear to us that we had to take the time to polish and refine every detail in order to offer a truly memorable and unique experience”, have been published.
They have apologized and also give thanks to their fans for their interest in the game.
Watch Dogs focuses on the character of Aiden Pearce, a hacker can violate several electronic systems, either to obtain information or to control and destroy those services at a specific time. It was announced at E3 2012. So descirbe from Ubisoft, “Players will assume the role of Aiden Pearce, a new type of guard who, with the help of smartphone, use skill to get into the core operating system of Chicago (CTOs) and control nearly every element of the city. Aiden be able to leverage the ubiquitous security cameras in the city, download personal information to locate a target, control systems, such as traffic or public transport to stop the persecution, and lots more. The city of Chicago is now the ultimate weapon”.