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Thursday, 02 February 2012 09:22

PC version of Prototype 2 pushed out

Written by David Stellmack



3-Month wait for PC after the console launch


Prototype 2 developer Radical Entertainment has now confirmed what many have been whispering about for the last several days. The developer has pushed out the release date of Prototype 2 for the PC by at least 3 months.

Radical gave no reason when confirming the delay when releasing the news on their Facebook page. As things stand now, the console versions will arrive in April on the 24th and then the PC version will follow on July 24th if it does not slip.

Sources close to the project say that they have all hands on deck to work on the console version, get it finished and out the door. They simply don’t have the time to work on the PC version to get it ready for release with the console versions.

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