EA announces delays for Dragon Age: Inquisition and Battlefield: Hardline
EA has announced that they will be delaying two of their biggest releases of this year, Dragon Age: Inquisition and Battlefield: Hardline.
Dragon Age: Inquisition was due to be released in the first week of October but BioWare is holding it back until November 18th to make some last minute changes.
Battlefield: Hardline has been hit by a heftier delay. It was due to be released on October 21st in North America and October 24th in Europe but Visceral has decided, due to feedback from the beta that they will now be delaying the game into 2015.
This could prove to be a smart move as it shows that EA are willing to delay their games to get them right rather than repeat the Battlefield 4 fiasco. It also gets both games out of a very crowded month which sees the release of no less than 10 triple-A titles including Alien: Isolation, Evolve and Assassin's Creed: Unity.
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