After some speculation Sony confirmed that the highly anticipated PlayStation 4 exclusive The Order 1886 will in fact be delayed until 2015. The main reason for the delay is that Sony want to give the developers more time so they can make a game that lives up to the hype.
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A lot of games have been delayed recently and it seems like the upcoming horror game The Evil Within is the latest project to get pushed back. The game was originally due to be released this Autumn but has now been pushed back to October.
The game will be available on the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC. The title marks the return of Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami to the horror genre.
Bad news for Britain’s everywhere, the boxed PC release of Dark Souls 2 has been delayed until May 2nd, Bandai Namco have announced. The game was originally due to be released on April 25th but has been pushed back because of “a manufacturing issue with packaging”. Those who were going to buy the digital release need not worry as this version is not affected. Make the jump to find out more.
Bad news for those down-under, Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes has been delayed in Australia and New Zealand. The game was originally due out on the 20th but now it will be released a week later on the 27th.
The game will be delayed on all platforms of the game so both PS4 and Xbox One gamers are going to have to wait before they go on their sneaking missions. NZGamer reached out to Metal Gear Solid publishers Konami who confirmed the delay.