Hawk: Ride will only get US, UK and German launches this year

By Patrick Garratt, Wednesday, 5 August 2009 22:08 GMT

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Activision CEO Mike Griffith just confirmed that Tony Hawk: Ride will only launch in the US, UK and Germany this year.

Other territories will get the peripheral-based game in 2010.

The comments came in the company’s Q2 financial call, which is ongoing.

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