Although console users will still be able to make their mark in the drug-fueled war within Call of Juarez: The Cartel tomorrow, their PC counterparts will not be given the same opportunity. The third entry in the western first-person shooter series, which is making its first foray into modern day, has seen its personal computer version receive a quiet delay.
A new release date of September 13 has been posted on listings found on various different sites including Amazon and Valve’s Steam service. Ubisoft has also shown an altered release date on its release schedule.
No reason has been given for this delay, but we’ll keep you updated if we hear more. Though the PC version is now scheduled for a September 13 release date, that is for the North American version. European gamers can enter the west three days later, on September 16.
I’ve been looking forward to the console version for a little while now, being that I’ve played through the first two. The series certainly improved with its transition from the original to its predecessor, so it’ll be interesting to see what way this second sequel goes. Its multiplayer sounds quite interesting as well and overall, I’m interested in checking this one out.