In announcing a delay until next year for Two Worlds II, publisher SouthPeak Interactive stated the RPG sequel would undergo "heavyweight quality assurance" for an "absolutely flawless" release. A follow-up on GameSpot says otherwise, however, as co-developer TopWare tells them the game is actually complete, and the delay is actually to avoid competing with an "exceptionally crowded" holiday game release schedule. "Truth be told, fans only have so much time to spend playing these content-rich games, and there were concerns our title could potentially be lost in the fanfare," TopWare managing director James Seaman said in a statement. "Our publishing partner SouthPeak, to their credit, has acknowledged this fact and made an adjustment, postponing their launch of Two Worlds II into early 2011." They say Zuxxez will still be releasing the game in a "handful" of European territories on October 21, and that this will the same game to be released in North America next year, though any interim patches to the EU edition will make their way into the North American retail release. They also say co-developer Reality Pump has now turned its attention to DLC and other post-release support.
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