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Tuesday, 27 May 2008 13:31

Age of Conan sells more than 400K copies

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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DX10 version coming to Games Convention

 

Since it was released last Friday, Age of Conan sold more than 400.000 copies. The official data coming from Funcom claims that more than half of that was sold in stores all across North America.

The chaps from Funcom are mighty pleased with positive reviews and the sales, as well. They also expect this trend to extend in the future, and they already announced a new update that’ll bring numerous improvements and options to the game.

The first version of this game is DirectX 9, but the developing team continued to work on DirectX 10 version. DX10 version will officially be announced at the Games Convention in Leipzig, from the 20th to 24th of August. Nvidia also announced that its Nvision event, held from the 25th to 27th of August in San Jose, will show advanced graphics capabilities that DX10 brings.

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