The launch of DDO Unlimited, the new free-to-play version of Turbine's Dungeons & Dragons Online MMO, has been delayed by a month until 9th September.
The relaunch was originally planned for tomorrow, 4th August.
Although DDO Unlimited was not due for launch in Europe, the delay also applies to the Module 9 content update which will bring many of Unlimited's new features - including a raised level cap, new character class and new content - to European players.
"While we are very pleased with the performance of the game and are excited about the response from the players, we are committed to delivering a high-quality experience," said executive producer Fernando Paiz on the game's website.
"We feel that more time is needed to deliver on this commitment. As a result, we are delaying our launch to ensure that we can support the massive increase in players that we are expecting and deliver them a free to play experience like none other."
We'll have more on DDO Unlimited direct from the US once it has launched.