Atomic delays Breach into 2011

By Stephany Nunneley, Friday, 16 July 2010 14:45 GMT

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Atomic Games has announced it’s delayed Breach into January 2011, and will use the extra time to add a Hardcore Mode to the multiplayer title.

Originally slated for release this summer on XBL, and a PC version  scheduled for six-weeks later, the download only title will run you $15 come January on both systems – unless the new mode changes the price.

Hardcore Mode, according to the developer, is being added thanks to input from “unnamed organizations” that wish to use a modded version of it for “training purposes”.

Army? Navy? Air Force? Marines? KGB? The NRA? Her Majesty’s Secret Service? Libertarians? Aqua Teen?

It’s anyone’s guess, really.

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