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Deus Ex: Human Revolution delayed

17 Dec 10

As reported by Kotaku, Square Enix has announced that Deus Ex: Human Revolution - originally scheduled for release before the end of March - has now been pushed back to at least April next year.


It sounds as if Square Enix has taken some of the criticism leveled at one of its recent titles to heart, with the company explained the delay with the following statement: 


"With weak sales performance of console game titles that have been newly released during the current fiscal year as well as harsh market feedback regarding a key title, the Group recognises the reinforcement of development capability in our Digital Entertainment segment as our most critical managerial issue."


"We therefore have decided to spend additional time to further polish our upcoming game, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, resulting in a shift in release timing from our prior plan of the current fiscal year to next fiscal year."

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