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Remember Me delayed

Capcom's future-set action game pushed from May to June 4 for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.


Capcom today delayed its future-set action game Remember Me by a month. The game is now slated to launch for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC in North America on June 4, with a European release to follow June 7.

Remember Me was previously scheduled to launch in May.

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Capcom announced Remember Me (formerly titled Adrift) during Gamescom last summer. The publisher is planning to build the game into a "major franchise," with subsequent releases on next-generation platforms.

A third-person game developed by DontNod Entertainment, Remember Me has players taking on the role of Nilin, an "elite memory hunter." According to Capcom, Nilin not only is a physical threat, but also boasts a special ability that allows her to break into people's minds where she can steal or change memories.

For more on Remember Me, check out GameSpot's previous coverage.

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