Borderlands delayed, GTA IV episodes discussed
Take-Two have admitted in their latest financial briefing that action title Borderlands has been pushed back, with a release in the publisher's 2009 fiscal year now planned.
Fiscal 2009 covers this November until October 2009, and Take-Two admit Gearbox's PC, Xbox 360 and PS3 shooter has been delayed.
More time will be dedicated to the game "in order to allow additional development time for this highly anticipated game and provide a better balance in the release of Take-Two's triple-A titles," we're duly informed.
Take-Two also hint that "additional" content for Rockstar's GTA IV will be released in the 2009 financial year. Content in fiscal 2008 is already planned from what we can gather.
"We also have significant visibility into fiscal 2009, which includes additional episodic content for Grand Theft Auto IV, Mafia II, Borderlands, BioShock 2, our complete sports line-up, additional Nick Jr. titles under our agreement with Nickelodeon, and several new brands," offers Take-Two boss Ben Feder.
It is still unclear how many fresh episodes will be offered for the new GTA as DLC, then, and whether these will only be for the Xbox 360 or the PS3 as well. More as we get it.
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