Koch Media has told Eurogamer that Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of Sacred 2 have slipped to Q1 2009.

Now, only the PC offering will launch on the expected 7th November date. No reason was given for the delay.

Word arrives alongside the unveiling of the Collector's Edition for the action role-playing game. This treats eager fans to an in-game Carrier Imp that lugs around your equipment and treasure.

There's also a PC demo for Sacred 2 kicking around, which offers offers roughly five hours of gameplay to sample.

Head over to our Sacred 2 gamepage for more, including a very special Eurogamer TV show that watches me record a voice-over for the game whilst dressed as a jester.

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