Based on recent financials posted by Activation for the first quarter it looks like the release date for Starcraft II and Singularity have been pushed back. CEO Bobby Kotick made the announcement that the games will not release until 2010. During the announcement had this say:
"As we prepare for next year, we have moved the expected release dates for two games, Activision Publishing's Singularity and Blizzard Entertainment's StarCraft II, into 2010," he said.
Activision netted $1.04 billion in revenues for its second fiscal quarter, edging just past its $1 billion estimate. 2010 is predicated to be another blockbuster year for Activision/Blizzard as Starcraft 2 has been predicted to sell as many as 4 million units in its opening quarter.