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Friday, 28 September 2007 16:18

ET: Quake Wars launches in Europe

Written by Slobodan Simic

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North America gets it on October 2


Activision has announced the launch of Enemy Territory: Quake Wars for PC in European Union and Australian stores. North America will have to wait for it until October 2nd.

Enemy Territory: Quake Wars offers the ultimate multiplayer action, either online or offline with computer controlled players. ET: Quake wars is set in the year 2065, where Earth's Global Defense Force battles the invading alien Strogg.

In addition to that, Splash Damage has released the first patch for ET: Quake Wars. The new update brings a small list of fixes and tweaks. The most important ones are Fixed performance drop of soft particles on some graphics cards, improved bot control of the GDF titan tank, fixed players occasionally not being able to change the mission they are on.

You can check out the full list and get additional download mirrors here.

Last modified on Friday, 28 September 2007 16:39
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