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Friday, 29 July 2011 08:37

San Fran Driver pushed back again

Written by David Stellmack

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Only pushed back an additional week this time
Ubisoft has confirmed that Driver: San Francisco will not make its latest ship date. Instead, the game will be pushed back an additional week, which makes the new release date for North America September 6th , instead of August 30th.

No reason was announced for the delay. The majority of the feedback that we have been hearing about Driver: San Francisco has been very positive, with some claiming that it clearly has a compelling multiplayer experience that could be a very big draw if the word gets out. We will have to wait till September 6th to find out.


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