In the wake of yesterday’s news that Rockstar has bumped Red Dead Redemption 2 to 2018, you may be wondering: why do so many video games get delayed?
Remember when rumors of a No Man’s Sky delay led to outrage, fan hysteria, and amateur detectives calling dozens of GameStops? Would you believe me if I told you the same thing just happened again?
Assassin’s Creed Syndicate has been delayed on PC. It’s coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on October 23, but won’t hit PC until November 19, almost a whole month later. Ubisoft said the additional time will be spent on tweaks and optimization. Fingers crossed?
Not a huge surprise, but it’s confirmed that Dead Island 2 has been delayed into 2016. Remember, this game was supposed to be released this spring! This is a significant delay.
Pillars of Eternity has been shuffling release dates for a little while, but Obsidian Entertainment sound pretty confident about March 26. The old school RPG raised $3.9 million on Kickstarter back in October 2012, and it was supposed to come out in spring 2014. Then, it was late 2014. Now, it's March 26. Hopefully!
Project Cars—a.k.a. the racing game that you need to squint at to make sure it's not real life—won't be coming out next month. It's being pushed back to March 17, 2015, which is when Slightly Mad Studios' creation will hit PC, PS4, Wii U and Xbox One,.
It's been a year of high-profile delays. Evolve, Battlefield Hardline, The Division, Batman, Dragon Age: Inquisition, Assassin's Creed Unity, The Order and GTA 5 on PC are just a few high profile slips on the list. Chances are: if you want it, you're going to have to wait a bit longer.
Creating a video game and releasing it to the world is an incredibly complicated process. But why should I even try to explain the nuances of modern software development with last-gen mechanisms like "words" when we have these amazing things called GIFs now?
There's good news and bad news, Rayman fans. First, the bad news: Rayman Legends—the follow-up to the fun, much-praised Rayman Origins—has been delayed until this September, about six months after its original February 26th release date. The good news is that PS3 and Xbox 360 owners will also be getting their own…
Confirming speculation about the next big game from the makers of Grand Theft Auto, publisher Take Two publicly delayed L.A. Noire to the first half of 2011.
Duke Nukem Forever is dead and gone (I think.) Its possible successor on the great video game milk cart of missing games, Alan Wake, is on the verge of release. So what, then, is the New Duke Nukem Forever?
Game delays are big news and bad news. But once a game comes out and proves to be good, game delays are often forgotten news. Batman: Arkham Asylum was delayed in 2009. Its lead creator recalled that forgotten moment.
The monthly surge of industry excitement about industry sales figures has been postponed until Monday, the NPD group announced today.
Kingdom Hearts 358/2 fans, tough luck. Square-Enix confirmed your title is delayed until an unspecified Spring 2009 date. But that news dropped with some new details on the game. Which makes things better. Or worse.
Fable II's first downloadable content pack, Knothole Island, isn't going to make appearances under the Christmas tree this year. The expansion has been delayed, according to an update to Microsoft's "Download and Win" contest page.
Ahh, Huxley. Were it not for the Korean Open Beta - which apparently exists, and has players and everything - we would have to keep checking Snopes to see if it was still considered real or not. This just in - you will be surprised to hear that the MMO/FPS game has had its Western PC release pushed back until "the…
When we played the Vin Diesel vehicle Wheelman at E3 last week, we were mostly surprised to learn that the game was coming out in the Fall. "What, this game?" we thought. While enjoyable junk food and technically impressive in parts, Wheelman felt like a game that was six months out, in need of a bit of polish before…