Activision has announced its upcoming racing title, Blur, has been delayed. Originally scheduled to ship in 2009, the action-centric racer will now hit UK store shelves in 2010 giving “the development team more time to enhance the game’s innovative and distinctive online multiplayer gameplay.”“We are committed to making Blur a great new racing franchise, and we are very encouraged by the game’s design,” said Activision’s Mike Griffith.”The additional time will allow the studio to fully optimize the vision they set out to create for Blur including a distinctive and groundbreaking multiplayer mode that will appeal to a broad audience.” Last month, Activision also confirmed a new Bond title, a new Spiderman game, Singularity and the long-awaited StarCraft II will all launch in 2010.  We got a chance for a brief hands-on with Blur at E3 this year, check out our preview.

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