Enemy Territory: Quake Wars Launches Retail Assault

Enemy Territory QUAKE Wars - Box Art.jpgActivision, Splash Damage and id Software’s highly-anticipated multiplayer FPS Enemy Territory: Quake Wars has officially landed on North American store shelves for the PC platform today, retailing in regular edition form for $49.99 and and in a $59.99 Limited Collector’s Edition pack containing 10 collectible art cards and a bonus DVD packed with game-related goodies like trailers, concept art and ringtones.

”Enemy Territory: QUAKE Wars is a new and unique approach to multiplayer combat. It combines team objectives with distinct player classes, cutting edge graphics, cool vehicles, and powerful deployables,” said id Software CEO, Todd Hollenshead. “Whether your thirst is for the savior or domination of Planet Earth, Enemy Territory: QUAKE Wars is there to quench it.”

“Enemy Territory: QUAKE Wars represents Splash Damage’s first full retail game and it would not have been possible if it weren’t for the support of id Software, the incredible investment on behalf of the team members over these past four years and the dedication of such an active community around the Demo and the Betas,” said Splash Damage Owner and Creative Director Paul Wedgwood. “We really can’t thank fans enough for their incredible support and getting us this far. We can’t wait to see the game on store shelves!”

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