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Friday, 04 April 2008 10:49

Alone in the Dark pushed back to June

Written by Nadan Hadzibeganovic

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On 20th of June in Europe

 

Several German online magazines report that Atari announced that the launch date for Alone in the Dark, a long awaited game with impressive graphics, is pushed back.

Initially, Atari announced the launch date to be May 2008, but it seems that they aren’t keen on rushing it, and some final touches are in the works.

So, this means that the game will hit the European shelves on June the 20th, while U.S. customers will have to wait until the 24th.

This covers Xbox 360, PS2, PC and Wii platforms, whereas PS3 owners are still in the dark because Atari didn’t say when the PS3 version launches.

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