Dungeon Siege III release delayed

Square keeps action RPG fans waiting.

Forthcoming action RPG sequel Dungeon Siege III will now launch in Europe on 17th June, rather than 27th May as originally promised.

Publisher Square Enix didn't offer an excuse for the delay of the Obsidian-developed title, due on PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

Will it be worth the wait? Have a read of Christian Donlan's recent hands-on preview for more clues.

"While Obsidian's yet to reveal the full range of playable classes, and co-op and multiplayer remains under wraps, what's been shown so far is confident, likable, and engaging. Fingers crossed, then," he wrote.

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