Ubisoft has delayed the release of the first downloadable content for Prince of Persia.

Prince of Persia: Epilogue, as it's titled, had been due to launch today.

However, Ubisoft has revealed there's been a delay via its Twitter page. How very contemporary.

They're not calling it a delay, obviously, just "a new release date". Apparently Prince of Persia: Epilogue will now be released on 5th March via PlayStation Network and Xbox Live.

No reason is given for the delay, and there's still no word on how much the content will cost. However we do know it'll see the Prince and his girlfriend, Elika, trying to escape from an Underground Palace, defeat a bunch of tougher-than-ever enemies and get through an entire trip to Ikea without having a row. Maybe not the last one.

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