Age of Wushu, the upcoming massively multiplayer online role-playing game from Chinese developer Snail Games, has been delayed to spring 2013 based on the results of a recent beta, according to a post on the game's official website.
"Based on player feedback and data from the second closed beta, we have decided to revise the launch timing to spring 2013," the post reads. "This will allow us to better address community feedback and continue to update the game. When a more precise update on the release timing is available, we will share that information."
Age of Wushu had two betas, the first of which began late last year ahead of its original Feb. 1, 2013 release date. For more on the Western version of the game, be sure to read our preview from New York Comic Con 2012, which includes an interview with content generation lead Tyler Rawlins. You can also check out a recent trailer that shows off the game's eight schools of fighters and a video showing two of the schools engaged in mortal combat.
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