Electronic Arts has delayed the release of Crytek's upcoming multiplatform shooter, Crysis 2 according to a new release schedule.

The new schedule was distributed as part of a EA's first quarter financial results, which were released today and saw the company announce first quarter profits of $96 million.

Buried in amongst the financial data was a release schedule that saw EA quietly push Crysis 2 back to a Q1 2011 release date.

That means Crysis 2 will now be released between January and March next year, rather than the Holiday 2010 release that Crytek had originally hoped for. And, yes, that's on all platforms - Xbox 360, PC and PS3.

Neither Electronic Arts nor Crytek has given any reason for the delay.

You can read more about the upcoming FPS in our Crysis 2 preview, then let us know your thoughts in the forums.

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