The release of True Crime: Hong Kong
has been altered by publisher Activision according to a Activision Blizzard financial report.
Activision Publishing has moved the anticipated release date for its upcoming open-world action title, True Crime(R): Hong Kong, from 2010 to 2011 in order to give the development team more time to deliver the high-quality entertainment experience they envision for the game.
Originally scheduled to release during the autumn period of 2010, the title now moves, as detailed above, to as unspecified slot in 2011. Likely in response to big titles due out in the coming weeks and months; Halo: Reach
and Fable III
as the most immediate threats.
Thomas Tippl, company CFO (Chief Financial Officer) for Activision said that more money had been plunged into the project to improve the final product. I'll leave you with an old trailer for the title to help fill in any general knowledge holes, as it's not the most talked of title at the moment.