Well, this is okay. January and February are too jam-packed, anyway.
It was initially revealed that Valve Software's highly anticipated sequel, Portal 2 , would release on February 9 but now, the developer has revealed that we have to wait a couple more months. The game is now scheduled to arrive during the week of April 18 (April 20 in North America and Australia; April 22 in Europe); it's the second reported delay as the title was actually first expected out for this holiday season. But not afraid to poke a little fun at themselves, the designers said this delay is the "shortest in Valve history." Ha. This sequel follows up on the events of the first game, and will boast a single-player campaign that is supposedly twice as long as that of the original. The big focus is on the new multiplayer co-op mode, though, and it'll actually tell a "parallel story" and last just about as long. So in order to get the most out of the adventure, you kinda have to do both.
But like we said, with Killzone 3 hitting in late February and other big titles slated for the first quarter, we can live with this delay.
Related Game(s): Portal 2