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1-27-2011 UPDATE on the UPDATE, about the UPDATE, for the UPDATE! It seems Sega and HVS are playing the "delay fish" game, and announced today(yesterday technically) that the game has been delayed again, and Conduit 2 will now be released on April 19, 2011.
UPDATE for the Update on the Update! Conduit 2's release date has now been confirmed for March 22, 2011 and will retail for $49.99. Sega/HVS announced the release date change, but didn't state why it was changed.
Update on the Update! Conduit 2's release date has been confirmed for Tuesday, February 15, 2011. You can pre-order it now!
*Update: It was reported on September 2, that Conduit 2 has been delayed until "the first quarter of 2011", by Nintendojo.com.
If you click the image above, you will see that both Amazon.com and GameStop.com have Conduit 2 now with a release date of November 2, 2010.
I know many times companies like Game Stop and Amazon.com will use placeholder release dates, but this date does fall on a Tuesday, which is often the day new games are released.
The date, November 2, 2010, also goes along with the "Fall 2010" target release mentioned in Sega's press release, when they announced Conduit 2.
If November 2, 2010, is the release date, I think it's going to be very interesting seeing how Conduit 2 performs, if Treyarch/Activision release another Call of Duty Wii game this fall in November.
Call of Duty 3 was released on November 21, 2006.
Call of Duty: World at War was released on November 11, 2008.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Reflex was released on November 10, 2009.
Do you think November 2, 2010, will end up being the release date for Conduit 2?
If so, and another Call of Duty game is released on the Wii this November as well, do you plan on buying both games, or just one?
If just one, which game do you plan on buying, Conduit 2 or the next Call of Duty?
As for myself, I do want to hear more details about Conduit 2, mainly on the multiplayer and hearing confirmation the spawn bug isn't present, that was present in The Conduit. If Treyarch is developing the next Call of Duty Wii game, I'm already leaning towards Call of Duty, because of Treyarch's past two Wii Call of Duty games.
I am assuming another Call of Duty game will be released on the Wii this, though one hasn't been officially announced yet.
If you're interested in any of the games mentioned, you can see some of their new and used prices on Amazon.com below: