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Thursday, 01 July 2010 13:12

Darksiders for the PC pushed

Written by David Stellmack
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New release will happen in September now
PC owners who have been waiting for Darksiders to arrive for the PC will have to wait a little longer. Sources are telling us that THQ is confirming to them that the June release has been pushed back until September 24th.

The news of note, however, is that all is now lost because THQ is apparently going to release the PC version of Darksiders in a “Hellbook Edition” that will come in a designer box with art cards, a comic book, game soundtrack and a special art book. While they are not calling it a special edition, it surely does seem sort of special to us.

Best of all, our sources tell us that the price for the PC version will not increase with the addition of all of the extras.

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