IN PHOTO: A screenshot for "Assassin's Creed Syndicate," features the main character. (via

The release for Ubisoft’s latest “Assassin’s Creed Syndicate” is just around the corner and fans are eager to await the next iteration in the series after the failed launch of “Assassin’s Creed Unity.” However, new reports claim that not all gamers will get their hands on the game in September as the developer confirmed that the release date on one platform comes later than the others.

PCGamer reports that the publisher of the “Assassin’s Creed” series announced that the next iteration will come to PCs on Nov. 19, which is a month later than the console versions. Ubisoft added that the delayed release date is required to assure that PC players get the game without issues on day one. Many PC games have had issues one launch day’s recently. One of the more recent troubled releases is “Final Fantasy Type-0 HD” and “Batman: Arkham Knight.” Both of which remain to be unfixed as of now.

In a post at Ubisoft’s blog Studio Production Manager Sam Kovalev said, “We have introduced several new improvements to our production pipeline and validation process, which allowed us to focus on polishing, stabilizing and optimizing the PC version very early on in the project,” to which he added, “This has been one of the top priorities for the production team this year.”

"The additional four weeks are for us to really bear down and finalize all of the polish and optimization, to make sure the game and all of its systems are stable when it launches, so it runs smoothly for all players starting on day one," Kovalev added. As of now, the system requirements for the game are still unknown but players can expect it at least a month before the launch. However, Ubisoft stated that it is targetting a 1080p resolution and 30 fps for the game.

Ubisoft may have learned from last year’s botched release of “Assassin’s Creed Unity,” as many of the series’ fans deterred the game. The game was so bugged at release, Ubisoft had to stop the sales of the season pass. As compensation to those who already bought the game, Ubisoft offered them a free game.

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