Ubisoft’s Driver: San Francisco has been delayed until 2011, according to the publisher’s financial statements released last week. Ubisoft’s principle reason for the delay is the “competitive market at Christmas”. The game will now be released in Ubisoft’s fourth financial quarter, between January 1st and March 31st next year.
The game is due to be released on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. In the same financial report, the publisher claimed sales of €160 million for their first quarter, with the 1.9 million sales of Splinter Cell: Conviction presumably to thank.