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Thursday, 18 October 2007 00:07

Hellgate: London goes Gold

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Demo coming this Thursday

 

Electronic Arts has announced that one of its most anticipated titles, Hellgate: London has gone gold and that it will be available in North America on October 31st, while Europe will have to wait until November 2nd.

In addition to this good news, Electronic Arts has announced that a demo will be available this Friday, October 18th for download. According to the press release the demo will include two character classes, the Blademaster and the Marksman. The full game will include six playable character classes.

The demo will include a "handful" of storyline and the side quests in the streets and tunnels around London's Holborn Station.

More eagerly awaited games just keep on coming, and we certainly can't get enough of them. The holiday season is almost upon us and this is definitely going to be a very busy period for PC gamers.


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