Enemy Territory: Quake Wars Goes Gold

id Software and Activision have announced today that their online team and objective-based multiplayer shooter Enemy Territory: Quake Wars has gone gold for the PC and is set to invade North American retail outlets on October 2nd, retailing at $49.99 for the regular edition and $59.99 for the Limited Collector’s Edition. Europe and Australia get the game a few days earlier on September 28.

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“After months of testing, tweaking and balancing Enemy Territory: QUAKE Wars, I’m pleased to finally be able to say ‘It’s Done!’” said id Software CEO Todd Hollenshead. “We’ve had a ton of fun getting the game ready for the masses and I’m looking forward to seeing the massive battle for the top of the online leaderboards begin!”

“The opportunity to develop Enemy Territory QUAKE Wars has been mind-blowingly cool!” said Splash Damage Owner and Creative Director Paul Wedgwood. “The passion and effort put in by our team at Splash Damage, combined with the amazing direction and mentoring we’ve received from id Software has lead to an award-winning game that we’re incredibly proud of. Our team can’t wait to join fans across the globe to fight in Earth’s battle for survival!”

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