Red Dead Redemption delay in US
Rockstar has pushed back the release of open world western Red Dead Redemption a few weeks in the US, putting it in line with the game's European release in mid May.
According to financial reporting by parent company Take-Two, the delay was issued as a result of financial considerations and wasn't the result of development troubles. Such a short delay supports that claim.
Of course, one can't be helped but be reminded of the accusations levelled against Rockstar San Diego for working staff developing Red Dead Redemption to the bone. You can bet that once the game hit shelves, they'll be breathing a sigh of relief.
Red Dead Redemption will be available for PS3 and Xbox 360 on May 18 in the US and May 21 in Europe.
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