Silent Hill: Downpour – which was expected this November – has found itself pushed back until Q1 2012. No reason has been given, but feel free to make one up if it makes you feel better. [Source]
For those wanting more from their Dead Island experience, the wait for the first DLC will continue for a while still – or until a confirmed release date is announced next week. Posted on the game’s Facebook page was a statement explaining the the decision. “We are working hard to make the Bloodbath Arena DLC available as soon as possible.…
Alright. How many of you really expected it to be released this year? Go on, hands up.
The release has been pushed to “early 2012” and the closed Beta will be extended to make use of this delay. So a lucky few are compensated.
Apparently, the game has been delayed in order for Microsoft and LucasArts to work on achieving the game’s “full potential” and will now miss the holiday 2011 release period. Shame…
According to OXM, no new release date has been given. This delay does mean that those hoping for a Star Wars Limited Edition Console will not be getting one from Santa this year. And that’s the only reason to be disappointed by the game’s delay.
The masochists amongst you (and living in Japan) may start crying right about now. The game that would be your most unrelenting challenge yet… has been delayed. The game has however, only been delayed by a week and in Japan only – it’s still on target for it’s original European release of October 4 and US date of October 7. …
Sadly, if you were chomping at the bit to play this game on the Xbox 360, you are going to have to wait a little longer. CD Projekt’s Xbox 360 port will now see its release date only in Q1 2012.
Looks like the original October 4, 2011 release date for the game was just a little too optimistic. It’s been pushed back to February 7, 2012. The good news is that the game will be playable at Comic-Con this weekend. If you’re in San Diego. Which we’re not.
Originally dated for release mid September, id’s pretty decent looking shooter has been pushed back a few weeks to October 7 in the UK and October 4 in the US. Going to be a busy time of the year this coming last quarter. From the official site.