The Darkness II delayed into 2012

February launch for FPS sequel.

The Darkness II has been pushed back until 10th February 2012, publisher 2K Games has announced.

The comic book FPS sequel was originally meant to arrive in stores on 7th October 2011, but it seems developer Digital Extremes needs a little more time.

Its Starbreeze-developed predecessor won a very respectable 8/10 back in 2007. "Once The Darkness gets its tentacles around you, resistance is futile," wrote Eurogamer's Kristan Reed.

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