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2014-10-21T12:15:44Z

SunnyZaBunny

SunnyZaBunny

Edited: 8/7/2014 6:01:25 PM
For those of us eager to dig in and see what the game line up for fall/holiday are in for a bit of disappointment. I cannot discern whether developers are afraid of competition (my guess) or if they're announcing game release dates way ahead of schedule. (dying light, the division mad max I think fall into this category) Dragon age inquisition: (Oct 7th) November 18th Shadows of mordor: (Oct 7th) September 30th ([i]moved forward[/i]) Battlefield:Hardline (Oct 21st) moved to March 2015 Evolve: (Oct 21st) February 10th 2015 Evil within: (Oct 21st) October 14th ([i]moved forward)[/i] Batman Arkham Knight: October 28th to 2015 Witcher 3: holiday 2014 to February 2015 The order 1886: originally 2014 but has settled into it's new February date in 2015 Dying Light: has been moved 3 times since system launch and a new release date remains to be seen. The division: some time 2015 probably Mad max: supposed launch title has been hit by delays Edit: Elder scrolls online: by the time we see it it may be free2play This holiday is building itself up to be an odd one filled with ever changing schedules and push backs. I don't know about you guys I'm a bit disappointed Evolve was delayed it was one of the few games I was looking forward to after Destiny.

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