SEGA narrows down The Conduit 2 release

Delayed to incorporate "fan feedback".

The Conduit 2, SEGA's forthcoming Wii FPS, will launch in February, the publisher has announced.

The sequel to the 2008 shooter was due to arrive this year but has been pushed back to incorporate new content and fan feedback from its E3 showing.

It's good to hear developer High Voltage are putting in the hours. The original only managed a limp 5/10 at the hands of Eurogamer's Oli Welsh.

High Voltage has promised local split-screen multiplayer, revamped online play, MotionPlus functionality and Classic Controller support.

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