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.
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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