EA officially announced their Super Bowl 2010 commercial. EA will promote Dante's Inferno, which will be released on February 9th.
When we first reported that EA will run a Super Bowl ad, it was not known which game will be featured.
This is EA's first ever Super Bowl commercial. The hell-raising 30-second spot entitled "Hell Awaits..." premieres during the fourth quarter of Super Bowl XLIV broadcast on CBS on Sunday, Feb. 7, 2010.
Watch the uncensored EA Super Bowl 2010 Ad now.
About Dante's Inferno
Inspired by the first part of 'The Divine Comedy' written by 13th Century Italian poet Dante Alighieri, EA's Dante's Inferno, delivers a unique visual representation of the nine circles of Hell, once only experienced in the pages of the timeless classic. Dante's Inferno offers a fully animated experience in which players assume the role of Dante, who descends into Hell after returning home to find his beloved Beatrice murdered, with Lucifer seducing her soul into the underworld. As in the poem, players will descend through Dante's unique nine circles of Hell: limbo, lust, gluttony, greed, anger, heresy, violence, fraud and treachery. Each circle will showcase distinct environments, enemies and story elements befitting of the sins committed by their inhabitants. Developed by Visceral Games, Dante's Inferno delivers fast, fluid and responsive combat at 60 frames per second -- a must-have for the action adventure genre.
Dante's Inferno is available for the PS3 and Xbox 360 beginning February 4th in Europe and on February 9th in North America. Dante's Inferno is rated M for mature and has an MSRP of $59.95. You can pre-order the game now on Amazon.
Just like last year, I4U News is featuring the Super Bowl for Geeks Guide. Of course the Super Bowl 2010 for Geeks Guide is all about the Super Bowl Commercials and not the game. The Super Bowl XLIV takes place on Sunday, February 7th in Florida in the Sun Life Stadium. Do not miss our constantly updated list of all Super Bowl 2010 Commercials.
Don't Miss: The Best Super Bowl 2017 TV Deals