Karlsruhe, October 23, 2003 - As already announced today by the Karlsruhe publisher CDV Software Entertainment AG, the much awaited action shooter BREED will not be appearing on store shelves this year. Shortly before the gold status, significant compatibility problems were discovered which could no longer be corrected in the remaining time before the last possible production start. After careful consideration, CDV decided to take this unpopular step in order to guarantee the shooter's numerous fans a flawless program. Dirk Weber , CDV Development Director: "Significant problems surfaced during the obligatory compatibility test. The cause was the older graphic hardware which collides with the higher graphical level and effects. BREED utterly takes the new graphic technology to the limits. However, our customers with older hardware should, naturally, be able to enjoy the intense gameplay as much as anyone else. Based on this, the delay is fully justified, even if it's somewhat disappointing at first for all the fans and, especially, for those that are dedicated to the release of this title," reports Dirk Weber, CDV-Development Director, regrettably: "The extra time resulting from the compulsory delay will be used to prepare for a worldwide release of BREED on February 6, 2004." To make sure that the wait isn't all too unbearable, CDV's Development Department is promising to deliver a real foretaste of the shooter soon. The multi-player demo (to be publicized this year) and another single-player demo (coming out around the end of the year) are already at the starting line.
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