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Tuesday, 01 December 2009 07:10

Brink to be delayed

Written by David Stellmack

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Now pushed till fall of 2010

With
all of the positive buzz surrounding the Splash Damage developed title Brink,for publisher Bethesda Softworks, the excitement has continued to build for the spring 2010 release of the first person squad-based shooter.

Those who thought that we would see it in the spring are going to now have to wait till fall of 2010 with the news that the release herd has again been thinned. Like many titles as of late, Splash Damage apparently needs additional time to polish this title prior to release. Based on what we have seen in the latest trailer, we think they should take all of the time that they need to get this one right, as it looks amazing.

One thing that has not changed is that the title is still going to be released for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC when it does finally arrive. Based on the other titles that developer Splash Damage has been involved in the development of, we are expecting a lot from Brink; thus, giving the title more time to make sure that it is all that it can be is a good thing, in our opinion.

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