No release date for BF 1943 on PC

EA issuing refunds for pre-orders.

EA has admitted that there's still no sign of a release date for the PC version of DICE's hit downloadable shooter Battlefield 1943 and is issuing refunds to anyone who cancels a pre-order for the game.

Examiner reports that a reader, contacting EA's customer service about the game, was told that there was no information on its eventual release and it would be easier to offer a refund.

EA subsequently told VG247: "All pre-orders can be canceled with refund at anytime and we do not have any further information at this time about a release date for the PC version of Battlefield 1943."

Battlefield 1943 launched on PS3 and Xbox 360 in July 2009. A PC release originally planned for September last year was pushed back into "early" 2010 and then quietly disappeared.

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