Spellforce 2: Faith in Destiny has been delayed indefinitely, publisher JoWooD Entertainment announced today. The announcement denied rumors that it has been canceled completely, but calls time for improvements "necessary."
"The official add-on of Spellforce 2 - Faith in Destiny will be completed in due time," said JoWooD producer Reinhard Pollice. "Our highest priority is the quality of the game. The development is already in an advanced stage, but the game experience will be further enhanced in some sectors - like multiplayer stability. Due to this improvements [sic] the release of the game cannot yet be determined, we'll go with 'when it's done'."
This comes right on the heels of another indefinite delay from JoWooD, to Gothic 4. In that case, the publisher cited vague legal reasons, saying, "It's uncertain whether the game can be released onto the market in its current form."