Gotham City Impostors delayed

Warner Bros. pushes release back a month.

Gotham City Impostors, the downloadable multiplayer FPS from F.E.A.R. developer Monolith Productions, has been pushed back until February.

Publisher Warner Bros. Interactive had originally intended to release the title on PC, PSN and Xbox Live on 10th January. No explanation was given for the delay.

"Gotham City Impostors is a weird mix of the familiar and the unexpected," wrote Eurogamer's Christian Donlan in his recent Gotham City Impostors preview.

"In other words: a licensed shooter with XP unlocks and realistic environments, in which you can wade into battle armed with a bullhorn and a Jack-in-the-Box, wearing a pair of cardboard bat ears."

For more on the game, take a look at the trailer below

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