SEGA Reveals Alpha Protocol's True Release Date


Posted February 24, 2010 - By Jake Gaskill

SEGA Dates Alpha Protocol

The last time we heard about SEGA’s secret agent RPG Alpha Protocol was back in October when the game was officially delayed until spring 2010. As you may have noticed, it’s current spring 2010, and there’s no AP on store shelves. Before you start screwing on those silencers, you should know that the game will actually be here sooner rather than later.

SEGA and AP developer Obsidian told IGN today (and SEGA just confirmed to me) that eagerly awaiting wannabe spies will be leveling up their secret agents starting June 1.

When SEGA (reluctantly) admitted the game was in fact delayed, they said it was to allow Obsidian more time to make the game as solid as possible. I guess we’ll know in a few months if that extra time was well spent. I’m really hoping it was.

Source: IGN

SEGA Reveals Alpha Protocol's True Release Date


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