By: Nick Catto
    Confirmed by Ubisoft earlier today the much anticipated Rainbow Six Siege will be delayed from its October 13th release date until December 1st. 
    The reason behind this delay is that the co op aspect of the game needs to be improved. The direct quote from a Ubisoft blog post goes into detail about which aspects needed work. “The co-op experience across all game modes, weapon and gadget balancing, as well as menu and interface navigation”. 

    This is good news in my opinion. Recently too many games have been released broken or unfinished. Ubisoft being a major culprit in doing this, (i.e. Assassins Creed Unity) is finally stepping up and making sure their games are fully polished before releasing them to the public. 

    Source: Polygon