Hell's Highway leads to 2008

Assassin's Creed PC follows.

Ubisoft has just revealed that Brothers In Arms: Hell's Highway has been delayed until 2008.

The PC, 360 and PS3 war game from Gearbox Software was previously expected in November, but has been moved back into the fourth quarter of the publisher's financial year. That means we won't see until sometime between January and March.

Ubisoft's latest release schedule also highlighted a move for the PC version of Assassin's Creed, which, again, changed from November to Q4.

Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway had been expected as early as 2006, but has encountered numerous delays along its long and winding road. Sorry.

Developer Gearbox recently unveiled its latest project Borderlands, a PC, PS3 and 360 game being described as "Diablo meets Mad Max".

Pop over to our Borderlands and Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway gamepages to find out more.

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