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Thursday, 22 November 2007 19:50

Epic's Christmas gift for Playstation 3

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Unreal Tournament 3 comes this year

 

The charismatic Vice President of Epic, Mark Rein, has posted what should be recognized as an early Christmas gift to Playstation 3 owners and Unreal Tournament 3 fans.

According to the post at Epic's forum, the Playstation 3 version of Unreal Tournament 3 has gone gold. It has been approved by SCEA and has been released to North American manufacturing. Midway will have a formal announcement early next week, after the Thanksgiving holiday. Mark Rein's guess is that it should hit the stores on December 10-11th.

The bad news is that the so-called PAL territories, the old continent, or what is more commonly known as Europe, will not get it this year. Mark Rein speculated that it should be available early next year, sometime in January or February.


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