Warhound delayed by Call of Juarez developer

Written by Joe Martin

November 26, 2008 | 11:43

Tags: #call-of-juarez #delay #playstation-3

Companies: #chrome #techland

Techland, developer behind western shooter Call of Juarez, has announced that it is delaying the launch of it's next title, Warhound, until next year sometime.

Warhound was originally announced in 2007 as an open-world shooter where players take on mercenary assignments from around the world, researching and selecting equipment and plans as they go. The game is supposed to be very non-linear and emergent, though tangible evidence has been thin on the ground.

Originally announced for the PC and Xbox 360, it seems that a PlayStation 3 version of the game is also in the works as the developer has admitted it's the PS3 which is causing all the problems. Apparently the team is having a lot of trouble getting the Chrome engine to work on the PlayStation 3.

Techland also hinted to Eurogamer that it is working on a secret project as well that has delayed the release of Warhound.

Techland is currently working on at least two other games too - sci-fi shooter Chrome 2 and zombie survival epic Dead Island. Details on both titles has been scarce though, with the Polish developer keeping quiet on planned features and release dates.

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