Volcano in Iceland: Ash Cloud causes BulletStorm delay

Who would of thought an ash cloud from a volcano in Iceland would cause so much travel chaos as it has? The ongoing uncertainties surrounding the airspace has resulted in the delay of the BulletStorm unveil.

As reported from VG247, publishers EA has decided that they will not take any chances flying key staff over from San Francisco who were due to take part in the big announcement.

It was due to take place sometime next week, but EA and developers People Can Fly have postponed until a further date – presumably when the pesky ash cloud has disappeared for good.

What are your thoughts on the delay? We may just see the game revealed at E3 instead, as it would seem logical for EA to do so. The game itself is due out sometime in 2011 on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.

At least you can get the latest updates on your phone now. Bye for now, Bulletstorm.

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Written by Alan Ng

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