Already a bargain at its launch price, Section 8: Prejudice is an even better deal now, thanks to a big sale on Steam starting this Thursday. From June 30th to July 11th, you will be able to buy Timegate’s hit downloadable shooter for the amazing price of $9.99 – that’s one third off the regular price! For only ten bucks you can take on the Arm of Orion in the captivating single-player campaign and then duke it out with your friends and enemies online in any of Prejudice’ s varied multiplayer modes.
In celebration of this amazing deal, Timegate is also beginning a new special Season for our community on the Xbox 360 and PC to play in, with the chance to win prizes from our friends at Logitech and NVIDIA.
This new Season will run the length of the Steam sale from June 30th to July 11th at 11:59PM CDT. As usual, players on both the Xbox 360 and PC will compete for bragging rights in:
· Kills · XP · Destructions · Teamwork · Combat, and · Time Played
The top players in each category (separate for PC and Xbox) will win a shiny new toy to go along with being top dog over the length of the sale. You will need to be a member of the Timegate forums and have registered for their stats service to be eligible.
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