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  • Blog Post: DayZ Won’t Arrive On Xbox One Game Preview In 2015

    Bohemia Interactive is refocusing its efforts on the upcoming full release of DayZ. To that end, console players will need to wait a bit longer as the team puts its efforts elsewhere. The studio announced the information on Twitter, also providing an updated road map for its PC release. The game was... More
  • Blog Post: Mirror’s Edge Catalyst Delayed Until May 24

    DICE needs some more time to perfect Faith’s origin story. Your return trip to the City of Glass is going to have to wait, as EA has just pushed the game out of its fiscal year. Previously pegged for a February 23, 2016 launch, DICE is delaying the game until May 24. “We will use these few... More
  • Blog Post: Mojang Moves Cobalt To February 2016

    Minecraft’s Cobalt, which was demoed for Xbox One at Gamescom, has slipped into next year. You won’t need to wait long into 2016, though. Mojang expects it to be available in February. The competitive action game developed by Oxeye was originally scheduled for release this Friday, October... More
  • Blog Post: Trackmania Turbo Skids Out Of 2015

    Ubisoft has announced a delay for Trackmania Turbo, with the game skidding out of 2015, missing its planned December 1 release. Developer Nadeo needs more time across a number of areas. Items on the docket for improvement include the campaign, interface, and multiplayer modes. The last of these requires... More
  • Blog Post: Hitman Has Been Delayed Until March 2016, Release Format Adjusted

    IO Interactive’s return to the Hitman universe is going to take a few months longer. The developer and publisher Square Enix have announced a delay out of 2015. IO says that the extra time will allow for more content in the initial release. Hitman will be released digital-first, as IO plans to... More
  • Blog Post: Sword Coast Legends Delayed Until Next Month On PC, Console Versions Land In 2016

    N-Space’s foray into the world of Dungeons & Dragons needs a bit more time before release. Sword Coast Legends was previously scheduled for release next week, but will instead be arriving next month. In an attempt to bring the tabletop experience to the digital realm, n-Space and Digital Extremes... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Comcept Didn't Figure Out Mighty No. 9 Demo Distribution Before Committing To Release Date

    Update: Comcept has finally alerted backers to the reasoning behind not distributing the Mighty No. 9 demo as promised on September 15. The company didn't have its distribution method figured out prior to committing to the release date. A Kickstarter update three days late (called out on NeoGAF ... More
  • Blog Post: Star Fox Zero Delayed Until 2016

    Nintendo has never been shy about delaying games that aren’t ready, and Star Fox Zero is the latest to need more time. The company announced today that the planned November 20 release for the bombastic space game isn’t going to happen. The news was accompanied by a statement from developer... More
  • Blog Post: Need For Speed Delayed Until Spring 2016 On PC, Console Closed Beta Soon

    EA and Need for Speed studio Ghost Games have announced that the PC version of the next installment has been bumped to next year. The studio says that the move is a response to conversations with its PC community. The developer says that it needs more time in order to achieve an unlocked frame rate for... More
  • Blog Post: Volume Is Delayed On Vita, But Cross-Buy Still Applies

    Mike Bithell has announced that Volume won’t be making its handheld debut tomorrow. The title will hit PlayStation 4 and PC as planned, but the Vita version will be along in a couple of weeks. For those of you planning on taking advantage of the cross-buy option on Sony systems, you’ll still... More
  • Blog Post: Rodea The Sky Soldier Release Date Delayed Again

    Pushed back for a second time this summer, NIS has given Rodea the Sky Soldier a new November 10 release date. Back in June , the original September 22 release date was delayed to October 13. Today, NIS cited "ongoing technical difficulties," saying the release date was bumped "in order... More
  • Blog Post: Comcept Finally Comes Clean To Backers On Mighty No. 9 Delay

    Last week, we reported that Mighty No. 9 has been delayed into 2016. At the time Comcept and publisher Deep Silver declined to comment. Now, the silence has been broken. Comcept posted the news on the official backer forums, but publisher Deep Silver also sent us a brief statement making it official... More
  • Blog Post: Lego Marvel Avengers Delayed Into 2016

    The Avengers won't be assembling this year. WB Games has delayed the upcoming film-based Lego title out of 2015. With Lego Dimensions coming later this year, it's not a surprise that WB might not want another title in the series to be overshadowed. You won't need to wait too long into 2016... More
  • Blog Post: Mighty No. 9 Will Not Release In 2015

    Game Informer has received additional information about the quiet delay of Mighty No. 9, with further substantiation that it will miss its September 15 release. The game does not have a new release date, but the most recent information reaffirms that retailer listings of 2016 are accurate. GameStop ... More
  • Blog Post: Rocksteady Temporarily Suspending PC Sales Of Batman: Arkham Knight To Address Quality

    The PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight has been suffering myriad issues , and in response Rocksteady is suspending sales of the game in order to get it fixed. In a post on Warner Bros. Interactive's message boards , Rocksteady wrote the following: We want to apologize to those of you who are experiencing... More
  • Blog Post: The Division Will Launch In Early 2016

    Ubisoft announced today that its anticipated multiplayer game, The Division, will not arrive until 2016. The game will still arrive in Ubisoft’s current fiscal year, but it will miss holiday 2015. Ubisoft says the game will arrive the fourth quarter (January to March 2016). Still on track for this... More
  • Blog Post: Bandai Namco Detours Ride, Now Coming In June

    Bandai Namco has announced a delay for its upcoming motorcycle racer, Ride . The game has been bumped from its May 19 release to give the team another month to work on it. Developer Milestone s.r.l. says the game is now coming on June 23. Retail and digital releases is planned for Xbox One and PlayStation... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Delays Quantum Break To 2016

    It’s official. All three platform holders are playing the delay game. Sony led the way, pushing Uncharted 4 out of 2015. Nintendo followed with The Legend of Zelda. Now Microsoft is bumping one of its marquee exclusives out of this year. Quantum Break will now launch in 2016. Microsoft says it... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: How Do You Feel About Delays?

    With the recent Zelda Wii U and Uncharted 4 delays ( and to a lesser extent, Batman: Arkham Knight ), it makes us wonder – how do you feel about them? In general, I am perfectly happy to see a game delayed. It usually means some aspect of development is coming up short of expectations, so the team... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Delays The Legend Of Zelda For Wii U Out Of 2015, Won't Be At E3

    Bad news for Wii U owners today. The biggest release of 2015 isn’t going to be in 2015 anymore. In a video message, producer Eiji Aonuma says the game will not make its planned release before the end of the year. In the video statement below, Aonuma says that over the last three months, the development... More
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