Ubisoft has reportedly announced that its long-awaited real time strategy game R.U.S.E. will be released on September 17.
In April, the publisher delayed the game's scheduled June 4 launch date so that more time could be spent tweaking the title in response to feedback from its recently-concluded public beta.
According to Eurogamer, Ubisoft now intends to ship the RTS game on September 17 for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.
Developed by Eugen System, R.U.S.E. will incorporate deceit-based gameplay where players trick rivals to gain advantages on the battlefield.
R.U.S.E Beta Hint?
R.U.S.E., Ubisoft's PC and console RTS, could be about to enter a second beta test period. That's according to senior producer Mathieu Girard.
Following the completion of a first beta test earlier this year, the game was given extra development time in order to implement a host of features and fixes suggested by players. These Players could soon be putting the new features to the test.
"It's [a beta] something we've been thinking about, but I cannot announce it officially. You will have to stay tuned in the coming weeks." Girard told Strategy Informer.
R.U.S.E. Is currently scheduled for release in September.