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Tuesday, 21 August 2007 21:30

Quake wars comes on September 28th

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Games Convention 07:
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Sources close to Activision have confirmed that highly anticipated game Enemy Territory:Quake Wars will finally be released on the 28th of September. Fudzilla team had a chance to play it in multiplayer in the last games convention. The game looked great back then and we hope that this time it will look even better

Quake Wars version that will be shown at the games convention will be fully playable version and the lucky chaps will be able to kill one or two.

This is just one of the big announcements that are expected at this show.

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