Might & Magic Heroes VI delayed

Strategy RPG won't make June date.

Forthcoming PC RPG sequel Might & Magic Heroes VI has been pushed back from its planned June launch to 8th September, publisher Ubisoft has announced.

A post on the game's Facebook page announcing the delay explained "We want to ensure that the game quality will go beyond your expectations."

First announced back in August last year, the Black Hole-developed title adds a new Reputation system and online community features to the series' traditional turn-based strategy template.

Look on the bright side, M&M fans - you've now got more time to enjoy phenomenal puzzle spin-off Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes HD, which launched on PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade last week.

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