Surprisingly and annoyingly absent during Nintendo’s E3 press conference were any details surrounding the launch and pricing of the company’s next console, the Wii U. We know Nintendo has labeled it for a Holiday launch, but they’re still mum on the details.
That said, Ubisoft might just have let out what could potentially be a launch window. When interviewed on the E3 floor, Rayman Legends engine architect David Martinez confirmed that the platformer would be a lunch title, and when pushed on the matter, he let slip that said launch would be “around November.”
Considering the GameCube launched November 2001 and the Wii November 2006, it would certainly be fitting, if decennial-long trends are anything to go by.