Funcom announces that the Collector’s Edition of Age of Conan is now completely sold out in all markets.
Overal Funcom sold 111,000 units of the Collector's Edition. In total, Funcom is shipping around 700,000 copies of Age of Conan will ship at launch.
While Funcom is thrilled with the early success of Age of Conan, and proud of the game launching this week, the company regrets to inform gamers that the DirectX 10 version of the game will not ship with the initial launch. As Microsoft’s DirectX 10 is undoubtedly the future of PC gaming, Funcom has decided to ship only the DirectX 9 version at launch, giving the team more time to focus on building a DirectX 10 version worthy of Microsoft’s great vision for the future of PC gaming. This postponement will let Funcom include even more features in the DirectX 10 version of Age of Conan than originally planned.
The DirectX 10 version will be premiered at the German Games Convention in Leipzig, Germany, August 20 – 24, 2008. A special preview showing off the advanced graphics made possible by DirectX 10 technology will be unveiled this summer at nVidia’s NVISION event in San Jose, California, August 25 – 27, 2008.
Age of Conan launches 20th of May in North America / Oceania and 23rd of May in Europe.
See also the Age of Conan site.
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