They never announced a @#%^ing date to begin with.
No, but they did give us a time line that the majority of people her have been more or less formulating and expecting.
I understand taking your time and making sure everything is a 100%, But In the real world small delays add up to big delays.
Don't get me wrong the further into summer the better for me "kids will be getting back to school more time for me to play"
There's a lot of "talk" that this might be because of the ps3 and as much as I want to play it on a console I've stated many times I would rather see it launch on the ps4 holiday season then a ps3 slash and hack piece of work that "might delay a seemingly very good game"
Trust me, I know all about IT project development and delays at this point. (My team was one of two who delivered a working project kind of sort of on schedule, and even then our client kept springing last minute requests and modifications on us. Since I was the one doing the training materials, that meant I had to screen cap the entire website three times and do 30 minutes of training videos 3-4 times to accommodate the changes.)
The timeline was rough and never set in stone. Two weeks "delay", for something that they can't really control (Sony's slow *** approval process), is nothing. (Apple sometimes makes a developer wait a year to get approval to roll out in the App Store. Just because they can.
) Two months would have been within the realm of acceptability, although it would suck ***. Four months would be where I'd start to consider it a genuine and serious delay.