Lair, the highly anticipated dragon-riding game, has been pushed back yet again.
The title will now be hitting store shelves three weeks later than planned, on September 4th. Ryan Hamlin, the title's Associate Producer, let us in on the reason of Lair's three week delay on the Official PlayStation Blog.
"Natural challenges that arose while finalizing the offline game to include key online features - such as leaderboards and medal systems - have led to the difficult choice of pushing back the release date."
Lair takes place in a mythical world in which two resource-deprived nations are forced into a war neither side wants. The player assumes the role of a dragon-riding knight named Rohn, the ace-pilot in his squadron. Stick with PSU for full coverage of Lair's upcoming release.