Red Alert PS3 cancelled?

By Patrick Garratt, Wednesday, 4 June 2008 21:40 GMT


PSU is reporting that according to its GameStop source, EA has removed Command and Conquer: Red Alert PS3 from their release list.

Apparently the game’s community development manager has told the site the he “can’t speak of the PS3 version right now.”

The PlayStation SKU was recently rumoured to be running into problems after it was left out of listed formats at the end of a trailer. Looks as though the fears were well-founded.

No official word from EA as yet.

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