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Release Date Pushed

Posted by Craig McGregor on Dec 14, 2004  | Comments

Release Date Pushed - MMORPG.com

Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment and SEGA announced that they will be slightly pushing back the release date for the highly anticipated MMORPG The Matrix Online from January 17, 2005 to "Spring 2005".  We imagine this is great news for the thousands of recently added beta testers ;-)  Their official announcement is below:

THE MATRIX ONLINE TO SHIP IN SPRING 2005

The Matrix Online, a massively multi-player online game co-published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and SEGA of America, will now ship in Spring 2005. Previously slated for a January 2005 launch, the game will expand its beta program while the overall game experience is being enhanced.

"We are committed to quality games and making this the best possible experience for players," said Jason Hall, Senior Vice President of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. "Since this is our first MMOG, we are taking measured steps to ensure it will be polished and are investing additional resources into our community oriented initiatives."

The Matrix Online is an MMOG where tens of thousands of players will jack into the Matrix world to take an active role in continuing the saga of The Matrix movie trilogy. Developed by Monolith Productions in conjunction with the Wachowski Brothers, creators of The Matrix trilogy, the game will be a re-creation of the virtual world of the Matrix, employing cutting-edge 3-D graphics, networking and server technology. Gameplay in The Matrix Online will be based on intricate and exciting "wire-fu" combat, an extensive mission structure, social interaction and a completely customizable skill and ability system.

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