The PlayStation 3 version of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has been delayed in Europe.
Valve's multiplayer first-person shooter recently launched in the United States on the Xbox 360, PC and PlayStation 3. However, PS3 owners situated within European regions including the United Kingdom have yet to see the title appear on the PlayStation Store.
Sony apologized for the game not showing up on PSN, which was due to go live yesterday. The firm refused to provide a reason in a statement but assured fans that they're working to "resolve this issue as quickly as possible".
Unfortunately Counter-Strike has not been made available on the European PlayStation Store today and we apologise to those of you who were looking forward to playing it. We hope to resolve this issue as quickly as possible and will let you know if the situation changes.
Valve‘s last release on the PS3 also experienced difficulties; even though Portal 2 managed to launch at its intended release date on the PlayStation Network, the service was hacked and had to be taken offline for a month, leaving players without the ability to use the sequel's online co-op component.