Activision has delayed open world action game True Crime: Hong Kong.

True Crime, in development at Vancouver studio United Front Games, was due out on for PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 this autumn. It will now be released in 2011.

Activision delayed the game "in order to give the development team more time to deliver the high-quality entertainment experience they envision for the game".

Activision CFO Thomas Tippl said the gargantuan publisher had put additional investment into the development of the game.

Have a gander over at our preview to see how True Crime is shaping up.

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