Saturday, July 5, 2008

Release date for Midnight Club:Los Angeles changed again

In March this year, Rockstar Games, a subsidiary of Take Two, moved the released date of Midnight Club: Los Angeles for PS3 and Xbox 360 for this September, but it seems like the developer is once more unable to deliver, and we could expect, if nothing should go wrong, an October 7 release.

The delay is also available for the PSP spin-off Midnight Club: LA Remix, which is expected to be released around the same date. North America will be the first to witness the LA racer experience on October 7, while Europe will have to wait a few more days for the launch.

Midnight Club: Los Angeles is part of a racing game series, and was first unveiled by Rockstar in May 2007. The action takes place in the city of LosAngeles, and the game will feature day/night cycles as well as a dynamic weather system which is said to change the game experience.The game offers the most accurate version of Los Angeles to date, and is expected to deliver an experience as close to reality as it gets, by including some key elements that “define” LA, such as different traffic levels.

The Remix version for the PSP was announced on April 21 2008, but details about this version still remain in the blur.

Take Two is not at its first delay experience. Even the record-breaking Grand Theft Auto IV was delayed indefinitely at some point, as well as Manhunt2 for Wii, PSP and PS2.


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