Saber Interactive's gravity bending shooter Inversion has been delayed to a vague July release window.

It had been due out in Europe on 8th June and in the US on 5th June.

Publisher Namco Bandai is yet to comment on the delay. We've checked in.

Meanwhile, the PC version carries and more vague TBA status.

Inversion was last delayed in March. Then, Saber said it meant it had more time to make the game better.

"The extra development time for Inversion affords the team the opportunity to create an enjoyable and engaging third-person shooter experience with a comprehensive multiplayer component, including extensive competitive and co-operative modes," read a statement.

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