Xbox Morrowind blown off course

Depressing release slippage news for Xbox owners

Source - C&VG

Despite a successful launch across the pond and a resoundingly positive reception around here for the PC release, the Xbox version of Morrowind has been delayed until November, according to publisher Ubi Soft. The game was originally expected to make waves in Europe during the summer, providing some much desired respite for those of us not off sunning ourselves on sandy beaches. Ubi Soft has declined to comment on the reasons behind Morrowind's delay, but given the hefty hardware requirements for the PC version, the Xbox conversion is probably still worth waiting for. Related Feature - Morrowind review (PC)

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