The delay was announced by Aspyr marketing manager Eric Duncan, who could not announce a firm date for the port's release but said that Supreme Commander will be "on store shelves later this spring or early summer."
"The benefit of having independent companies such as Aspyr and its partners working on a project of this magnitude is that decisions like this can be executed quickly," added Duncan. "While the game will be hitting shelves later than originally expected, the additional time put into development will result in better gameplay and more fun for gamers."
The Xbox 360 port of Supreme Commander is currently in development at Hellbent Games. For more on the title, check out our hands-on preview.
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