GTA: Episodes From Liberty City PS3 delayed two weeks

Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From Liberty City was originally announced to release on PlayStation 3 and PC on March 30, 2010. However, Rockstar has announced today there’s been a slight two week delay and it will instead release on April 13, 2010.

This is due to a request from Sony Computer Entertainment Europe to make some minor content changes in the PAL version of the game. However, since Rockstar wants to release the game simultaneoulsy in each country, they’ve moved the release date for the PS3 and PC retail game and downloadable episodes to April 13 in North America and April 16 in all other countries.

As for what these “minor changes” are, Rockstar says that they can assure you the changes “will not affect the gamers enjoyment of the games, they will not affect any gameplay elements and were not related to any local ratings requirements.”

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