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Euro MMO Dates

WoW-Europe.com (thanks Frans) now offers an official European street date for World of Warcraft, announcing that Blizzard's MMORPG will officially launch on the continent on February 11, 2005. Word is: "The game will be available for Windows® 98/ME/2000/XP and Macintosh® in English, French and German. There will be a standard edition, containing the game on four CD-ROM disks, and a collector’s edition with a plethora of included World of Warcraft memorabilia. Both versions will be fully localised into English, French and German, and will also be available with a Spanish or Italian box and manual." Also, a press release was issued earlier today narrowing March 25, 2005 (from Spring (story)) as the date the red pills will be distributed for the European launch of The Matrix Online, Monolith's upcoming MMORPG (which is planned for a simultaneous North American launch). It seems the agents are onto this one, however, as the press release has been removed from its source, so it's not clear at this point if that new release date is actually valid.

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