It stands out that gamers have a variety of options in terms of which game to opt for. While other renowned games have affirmed their release dates, others might have to wait for the precise moment to hit the stalls. Even Metroid Prime and Mirror's Edge Catalyst have different sets of release date and owing to that, their business strategies are both defined.
Time is of the essence when it comes to business and trades and if a certain segment falls behind, profit might be lost and revenues might be transferred to its counterparts. The same scenarios are likely to occur for both Metroid Prime and Mirror's Edge Catalyst.
To prove the latter, a post from PC Mag revealed, "EA's Digital Illusions Creative Entertainment (DICE) studio, which is developing the title, on Thursday announced it is, once again, pushing back its targeted launch date for Mirror's Edge Catalyst from May 24 to June 7 in North America and June 9 in the EU."
As for Metroid Prime: Federation Force, it has been affirmed to arrive on 3DS in the US on August 19, and September 2 in Europe, reports IGN. Even though the creators have explained their side for the delayed release of these magnificent games on board, business is forecast to slow down for both games.
Release dates are often times used as means and methods as well as a business strategy. For Metroid Prime and Mirror's Edge Catalyst, the fans may have waited but once the games hit the stalls, profits and revenues are forecast to escalate and grow.