Not a terrible loss as there are a ton of games releasing in the first 3 months.
Well if they know they can't finish in time then what's the point in announcing a release date?
They did not know, they just simply predicting , and almost every publisher and game developer failed in predicting games release on next gen. Like i said the blame is on the marketing people and their publisher, they need to fix how predict the time line on finishing the games.
I would rather they delay the game another year than see the same shit that happened this year where games like Driveclub and HaloMCC came out buggy and partially unplayable.
Nvidia still hasn't launched the GTX 960. It was supposed to launch in November but it got delayed (tho I don't know if they delayed it because of problems or to sell more 970s).
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the latest trailer looked rough so i am hoping they improve on it
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I´m fine with that...gives me more time with Dragon Age and from February till June, one game I wanna play per month.
February - The Order
March - Bloodborne
April - Dark Souls 2 PS4
May - Witcher 3
A respectable decision given the current climate of releasing almost unplayable games.
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