Dishonored has gone gold

dishonored

By on September 30, 2012 at 3:23 pm

The Bethesda Blog is pleased to announce that Dishonored has gone gold – which means development is complete, it has passed certification and is ready for manufacturing. This is quite an impressive feat as Arkane has prepared 30 versions across all platforms, territories and languages.

That’s really all there is to say about that, except that Dishonored launches locally on October 11 and we are giddy with excitement.

Source: Bethesda Blog

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Very much looking forward to this game, it’s looking great.

 

So keen. Will probably have to wait for a GMG copy though because dat price difference.

 

Actually it WAS 40 on gmg, now it’s $60. Sheeiiiiiit. Still $40 on CDwow but they take awhile to ship..

 

Cannot wait to play this..

 

bek,

http://www.gamersgate.co.uk/DD-DISHONORED/dishonored
Assuming you have the IGN 15% discount; it’s £25.46 – or about $39.50 AUD
(Make sure to buy it from the .co.uk storefront, otherwise you still suffer the $70 Aussie Gouging there also..)

 
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