Anarchy Reigns delayed again

Sega delays Platinum Games' Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 action brawler in West to later date in July; Japanese launch on July 5 unchanged.

Anarchy Reigns has been delayed for a third time. An update on the Platinum Games website reveals the studio's action brawler will miss its previously announced July 3 release date and is now slated to arrive for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 at a later date in the month. The Japanese release date of July 5 remains unchanged.

Anarchy Reigns won't hit the West on schedule.

Anarchy Reigns was originally announced as a fall 2011 title, before being pushed to January 2012, and then again to July 3. No specific reason for the latest delay was divulged, with Platinum Games saying only that publisher Sega was "looking for the best time" to publish the project in the West.

Anarchy Reigns is a third-person brawler set in a postapocalyptic war zone filled with tsunamis, black holes, and other hazards. The game will feature online multiplayer using existing characters from the studio's previous title MadWorld, as well as original characters.

For more on Anarchy Reigns, check out GameSpot's latest preview.

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