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Tuesday, 20 November 2007 11:57

Unreal Tournament 3 finally ships

Written by Slobodan Simic

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At least the PC version

 

The PC version or Epic's and Midway Games' Unreal Tournament 3 is shipping to retail stores, at least those in North America. The game will be available as standard and collector's edition.

The PC version is finally here, but what about Playstation 3 and Xbox360? According to recent stories and Mark Rein's comments, the Playstation 3 version is doing just fine and it should follow the PC version, but Xbox360 is definitely not going to come any soon, at least not in time for the Christmas holidays.

The standard edition and collector's edition retail for US$49.95 and $59.95, respectively. We already told you that Europe will have to wait for it until November 22nd, so there are two more days to go.



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