Originally slated for a 2010 first quarter release, Ubisoft’s World War II real time strategy R.U.S.E. has been pushed back once again.

If you didn’t already know, R.U.S.E. is a real-time strategy title set in World War II. The game centers around the use of  deception and disinformation to confuse your opponent. You must fool your opponent to be successful. A real world example would be the allied attack known as Operation Fortitude during World War 2.

According to Gamespot, R.U.S.E. has been moved from its release date in June to a release sometime in September 2010.  Ubisoft has stated that the reason for the move was to fix issues gamers had with the game after receiving feedback from the recent public beta.  Specifically cited were the matchmaking filters, multiplayer menus, AI behavior, and general game balance.

R.U.S.E. is being developed for the PC, Playstation 3, and Xbox 360.

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