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Tuesday, 14 August 2007 09:02

World in Conflict gone Gold

Written by Slobodan Simic

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September 18th is the release date


Sierra and Massive Entertainment have announced that development of the anticipated title World in Conflict is done and that the game has gone gold. According to the press release, the game will be available on September 18, at least in North America.

That counts for both Standard and Collector's Edition, with suggested price of $49.99 and $59.99 respectively. As we wrote before, Collector's Edition will be sold with a piece of the Berlin Wall.

"Sierra Entertainment would like to congratulate Massive Entertainment for creating one of the premiere PC games of 2007, one that pushes the strategy genre to the next-generation, blurring the lines between strategy, action and first-person-shooter," said Martin Tremblay, president of worldwide studios, Sierra Entertainment.

We all seen the looks and potential of this DX10 technology game, for you that haven't you can find the link here. Well just a bit over a month is left for us to wait.


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