Brink delayed until spring 2011

Splash Damage shooter takes its time.

Bethesda Softworks has confirmed to Eurogamer that Splash Damage's upcoming multi-format shooter Brink has been delayed until spring 2011.

Brink has been put together by an all-star cast of developers hired by Splash Damage to bolster its ranks with experience in a number of genres.

The result looks enormously promising, not to mention attractive - a bold blend of single-player and multiplayer shooter principles, clever systems that allow you to move stylishly through the environment without having to recall 48 buttons in the heat of the moment, and stunning visuals.

Check out our most recent Brink preview below and watch out for more coverage in the near future.

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