According to Electronic Arts executives speaking during the company's latest analyst conference call, Crytek's highly anticipated first-person shooter Crysis has been delayed into the company's upcoming third fiscal quarter, which runs from October to December of this year. EA expects the game to release in early November.
Crysis Pushed Back to November
An EA conference call reveals that Crytek's anticipated shooter will be shipping slightly later than expected.
Previously, Crysis was only officially confirmed as releasing in fiscal year 2008. Last month, various sources reported on a fact sheet claiming a September 14 ship date.
Executives also noted that EA Canada's FIFA 08 has been pushed back to the company's third fiscal quarter.