Ubisoft’s upcoming free-to-play shooter, XDefiant, failed PlayStation’s certification course of however assures gamers this hurdle doesn’t say something concerning the recreation’s high quality. It was meant to be launched late final month, however that didn’t occur and now it appears like an October launch may very well be on the desk.
In line with a latest weblog publish (by way of VGC), Mark Rubin assured participant it’s not due to the sport’s high quality, however moderately some compliance bugs that it must stamp out earlier than it may make it to consoles. Now, these compliance bugs don’t have anything to do with the sport, however moderately extra to do with platform-specific options like Trophies or Achievements or monitoring your pals listing.
Rubin notes that Ubisoft San Francisco plans on updating XDefiant and resubmitting the former Tom Clancy recreation for certification within the coming weeks. It’d nonetheless get the inexperienced mild if Ubi produces a Day 1 patch to make sure the bugs are fastened, which is why an October launch is being thought of.
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