True Crime: Hong Kong slides into 2011

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In an earnings call today, Activision announced that United Front Games’ True Crime: Hong Kong has been pushed from a late 2010 release into 2011 “in order to give the development team more time to deliver the high-quality entertainment experience they envision for the game.”

Infiltrating the Triads will have to wait, for now. When it comes to open-world games, I have come to learn that you can never truly have enough development time. They held off on doing another True Crime for this long, so it’s probably best that they make Hong Kong really count.

Plus, this gives United Front Games ample time to incorporate zombies and dragons.


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