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Sunday, 08 July 2007 09:52

World in Conflict gets a release date

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Good news for RTS lovers


Sierra Entertainment has announce a date of its upcoming "cold war themed" RTS/FPS. According to the Gamespot, the PC version of the game will hit shelves in North America on September 18th, but the price and the rating is still unknown. The XBox360 version release date is not disclosed, but last month Sierra did mention that both versions will be available at the same time.

Preorder package for the PC was announced in June, and a bit later rather interesting collector's edition. According to Sierra, the mentioned collector's edition offers the History Channel DVD, behind-the-scenes making-of video, and a "brick" from the Berlin Wall, at least it's unique.

Game is developed by Massive Entertainment, and will support DirectX 10. You can check out the full article at Gamespot

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