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Monday, 24 December 2007 13:46

ETQW 1.4 Update delayed until early 2008

Written by David Stellmack

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Will not be released before Christmas


Splash Damage has announced that the eagerly waited 1.4 update for Enemy Territory Quake Wars has been delayed until early 2008. Apparently, quality assurance testing turned up a few issues that the 1.4 Beta turned up. According to reports, one specific bug that needs swatted is specific to ATI’s video card and they are working with AMD/ATI to get the issue resolved as quickly as possible. This additional time has given the developers extra time to make sure that the 1.4 update is as solid as possible.

While Splash Damage was hopeful that they would be able to get the update up before Christmas, it looks like an early January 2008 release is now likely. As we explained in our first story on the 1.4 update, the 1.4 update will contain a lot of significant improvements and enhancements to the game that have excited players who are eagerly awaiting the release of the update.

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