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Friday, 06 August 2010 09:19

True Crime delayed till 2011

Written by David Stellmack


New Hong Kong adventure will have to wait
Sources tell us that Activision has elected to hold the release of True Crime: Hong Kong. Instead, the developers will have additional time to work on the title as it will now be released in 2011, rather than late 2010 as initially announced.

The decision is apparently said to allow Call of Duty: Black Ops to rake in maximum cash by moving potential competitors out of the way for the juggernaut that is the Call of Duty franchise. Of course, Activision is spinning this as a good thing for the title, as the extra time should be able to maximize the vision and game experience, according to Activision PR types.

While some sources we have spoken with suggest that there actually might be some development trouble with the title, we have not been able to confirm that this is actually the case. At any rate, the additional time should give the developers more time to work on it.
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