BioShock 2 pushed back to 2010
BioShock 2 has been delayed until the first half of 2010 to focus on Take-Two's "emphasis on quality."
Originally slated for this coming November, Take-Twos Ben Feder and chairman Strauss Zelnick announced the decision to push back the game's release during a conference call yesterday.
Despite the loss of revenue this will create, Take-Two remain focused on delivering a quality product.
"There's no shortage of incentive for everyone who's part of Take-Two to deliver quality, timely results," they said.
Furthermore, they stated that the delay is not down to a single platform issue.
"(The delay is) not related to any specific platform or any specific element of it. I would say generally there are some development issues."
So now you know.
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