has had a rough old time of it when it comes to the matter of release dates, but it now looks like the game is finally catching a break as the release date for the game is moved forward and a PlayStation 3 demo is announced for next month.
The game, which tells the story of a chemically controlled soldier in the private army of the Mantel Corporation, has had more than just a few delays - though the game was looking remarkably polished when we had an exclusive hands-on
with it before Leipzig last year.
Now though, Ubisoft has announced that (in the US at least) the release date for the game has been moved forward by three days to May 20th.
The game will also have a demo released over PSN next month so that players can have a chance to go hands-on before the decide to buy it.
When we played the game last year it was looking in pretty good shape and there are some really clever ideas and ethical dilemmas posed through the gameplay itself. The co-op mode which runs through the entire campaign is looking pretty good too, so check out our preview of Haze
for more info.
Or, on the other hand, you can head straight to the forums
and let us know what you think of Free Radical's upcoming shooter.