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Dungeon Siege III Gets A Release Date + Pre-Order Bonuses
You'll even get something if you go to Walmart! If that's your thing.
02.05.11 - 7:39 PM

This week, Square Enix finally announced a release date for its upcoming collaboration with Obsidian Entertainment, Dungeon Siege III. The multiplatform title also has several pre-order bonus options out there. Yes, that means you'll get something even if you don't pre-order through the two usual retailers, GameStop and Amazon.com.

From GameStop, your pre-order bonuses are two: the Burning Band of Scorch increases your attack power and sets all your enemies on fire; and the Talisman of the Grand Mage lets you take less damage, but also allows you to unleash a close-range mystical attack on your foes.

From Steam, your pre-order bonuses are actually Dungeon Siege and Dungeon Siege II (single-player versions) at no extra cost. Not a bad deal if you need to catch up on the series.

From Amazon, you'll get the Bite of the Arakun, which lets you poison enemies so that they're either weak or otherwise vulnerable to attack.

From Best Buy, you get the Sacred Heart of the Legion which will not only increase your health, but force your enemies back every time they strike you.

Finally, Walmart is offering a mini-comic and a min-strategy guide from Prima Games as a pre-order bonus.

For some screens and other artwork, you can check out our gallery below. Dungeon Siege III will be available for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and the PC on May 31st.


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