Sacred 3, Dead Island: Riptide to be on unveiled at PAX Prime

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By on August 26, 2012 at 10:28 am

Deep Silver has a couple of good’uns in store for this week’s festivities in Seattle. The publisher has promised to give demonstrations of both Dead Island: Riptide and Sacred 3 in addition to the previously detailed side-scrolling tie-in Sacred Citadel. Both sequels have been very much under wraps until now; Dead Island: Riptide was announced in June, but immediately went silent, giving no further details on the follow-up other than to confirm it is a full, stand-alone release rather than an expansion, and Sacred 3 was revealed in early August as an afterthought to Sacred Citadel’s announcement. Expect details of both enigmatic titles to emerge from PAX Prime, which runs August 31 through September 2.

Source: Gematsu

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O goody, I’ve finished Dead Island need something to keep it interesting :)

 
pinkwithhappiness

Yay! I love the sacred series and loved Dead Island – can’t wait to see these demonstrations!

 
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