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Wednesday, 31 October 2007 15:49

Unreal Tournament 3 goes Gold

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Release dates finally announced

 

The PC version of Epic's and Midway Games' Unreal Tournament 3 has gone gold and should hit the stores on November 19th, at least in North America.

According to a press release issued by Midway, the game will retail at US$49.99 for the standard version, or US$59.99 for a collector's edition, which will include a bonus DVD, a hardcover art book and a lot of other things nicely packaged in a tin collectors box.

Europe will have to wait until November 22nd. So, there you have it.  The release date has changed from sometime in November to an actual date, 20 days from today.


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