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Submitted by Aclay 892d ago | rumor

Rumor: Dead Space 3 Awakened DLC rouses March 3

Joystiq- The first piece of Dead Space 3 DLC, 'Awakened,' could be stirring towards a March 3 release date. We know Awakened is coming sometime next month, but a post on the official Dead Space Twitter (now deleted, but screencapped after the break) in response to this tweet clearly noted a March 3 date. However, when asked about it later, another post reverted to the March release window, and "no precise dates" as yet. (Dead Space 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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matrixman92  +   892d ago
people need to awaken and not buy this BS
Rhezin  +   892d ago
yeah I know! I hate that crap! Should be in the game..but I just can't help myself..I LOVE Dead Space and even though 3 had its flaws and EA dickin around their fans with DLC, it's still a great game. I might end up getting it..I know..treachery.. :/
IK IR Y IP T  +   891d ago
dead space 3 was amazing and this will be day 1 purchase

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