Dungeon Siege Goes Gold, Shipping April 25th
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MacSoft today announced that Dungeon Siege, the best-selling fantasy role-playing game, has gone gold and is currently in production. According to the press release, the game will be shipping on April 25th.
Here's more from the official press release:
Dungeon Siege is one of the top-selling PC games of 2002. It was created by Gas Powered Games and published for the Windows platform by Microsoft Corp. The Macintosh version is published by Destineer's Macintosh label, MacSoft, and converted for the Macintosh by Westlake Interactive.Dungeon Siege will require a Macintosh computer with a 450Mhz or faster processor, OSX (v10.1.5 or higher), 16MB video card, and 256MB RAM.
Dungeon Siege is a Fantasy Role-Playing game with an emphasis on combat and action. It is set in a gigantic, continuous, fully 3D world that truly extends in all directions. Players journey from secret underground lairs to towering mountains without ever stopping to watch a loading screen. Players can travel alone or assemble a party of up to eight cohorts.
Dungeon Siege provides a very rich multiplayer experience. Human players can become companions in a traveling party and compete head-to-head against other human opponents. Players can play over a local area network or the Internet. Dungeon siege includes full support for the GameRanger game-matching service.
IMG received a late beta of the game last week and we're putting it through its paces. Be on the lookout for a hands-on preview of Dungeon Siege later this week. Dungeon Siege is available for pre-order through the MacSoft wbe site and the IMG Store.
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