SEGA confirms Alpha Protocol delay

Espionage RPG pushed to spring 2010.

SEGA and Obsidian have pushed the release of Alpha Protocol back to spring 2010, surprising nobody.

Not only does this move the spy RPG out of an intimidating Christmas period, it also offers developer Obsidian more time to polish or perhaps finish the game.

"We're very happy that SEGA has made the decision to hold back the shipment of the game in order to give it the best chance at becoming the publishing success that we at Obsidian and our partners at SEGA are striving for," Obsidian boss Feargus Urquhart said in a statement.

Alpha Protocol is in development for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. There's plenty more information on the gamepages below.

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