Sacred 3 finally launches this summer

Deep Silver first announced it was working on Sacred 3 back in 2009, but hasn't had much to say since, only trickling out a few details and screenshots every now and then. The last we heard, it was due to launch in 2013. But oh! News! Deep Silver has announced that it'll finally launch this summer, dropping new screenshots and a cinematic trailer along with this.

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Deep Silver first announced it was working on Sacred 3 back in 2009, but hasn't had much to say since, only trickling out a few details and screenshots every now and then. The last we heard, it was due to launch in 2013. But oh! News! Deep Silver has announced that it'll finally launch this summer, dropping new screenshots and a cinematic trailer along with this.

The hack 'n' slash game boasts drop-in, drop-out co-op, with two players locally and up to four online. Together, you'll murder monsters and save a kingdom or something. Several classes are on offer, with upgradeable skills and weapons. Hit the official site for more.

Sacred 3 is headed towards PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Here's the new cinematic trailer:

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    February 20, 2014 6:00 AM

    Alice O'Connor posted a new article, Sacred 3 finally launches this summer.

    Deep Silver first announced it was working on Sacred 3 back in 2009, but hasn't had much to say since, only trickling out a few details and screenshots every now and then. The last we heard, it was due to launch in 2013. But oh! News! Deep Silver has announced that it'll finally launch this summer, dropping new screenshots and a cinematic trailer along with this.

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      February 20, 2014 6:18 AM

      Oh boy, been waiting for this! Enjoyed both previus games alot, they were both a great way to fill the void between diablo releases.

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        February 20, 2014 6:31 AM

        Be wary. The old Sacred games were quite buggy at launch (as is almost every german production except the Crysis guys unfortunately). There's also a chance the game had a very rocky development phase and they only continued working on it very recently with most of the content being from a few years ago.

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      February 20, 2014 10:11 AM

      The trailer was pretty bad, but I have always enjoyed the Sacred games. Let's hope this one breaks the bugginess curse.