As it has been revealed in a recent trailer for the game, Mad Max has been delayed until 2015. It was slated for a 2014 release when the game was revealed at E3 2013, meaning that Warner Bros. Interactive may have another chance to show off the game during this year’s conference in a more completed state.
With a release for Mad Max projected to be sometime in 2015, it makes no sense for the quality of the game to include both the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of the game. My guess is that Warner Bros. will have to make up for lost time and increased spending on the game by increasing the install base by roughly 160 million consumers. However, by making the game a cross-generational title, it limits the creativity of physics and AI use in order to make sure all versions of the game work properly. Developers at Avalanche Studios have an uphill battle over the coming months to really knock this out of the park.
The Mad Max game will be headed for the PC, PS4, Xbox One, PS3 and Xbox 360 sometime in 2015. Check out the recently-released trailer below to sate your appetite until then.
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