Turning Point slips to March

Bit longer to find Churchill taxi bloke.

Spark Unlimited's upcoming first-person shooter Turning Point: Fall of Liberty, published by Codemasters has slipped until late March in Europe, retail sources have told Eurogamer.

The news shouldn't come as too much of a surprise as Codemasters has so far declined to confirm the previous estimate, 29th February, even though it's just around the corner.

Turning Point is a PS3, 360 and PC FPS in which players enter a world based on the idea that Winston Churchill got bumped off before World War II and things went a bit differently.

Developer Spark recently said that it aimed to make significant improvements in the areas of movement, targeting, AI behaviour, ammo levels, grappling and graphics following feedback on the recent Xbox 360 demo.

For the moment, online retailers in the US and UK continue to promote the late February release date.

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