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    Atari and Epic Games today announced pricing and packaging details as well as a rebate program for Unreal Tournament 2004. UT2004 will ship for Holiday 2003 on PC CD-ROM with a suggested retail price of $39.99. A Special Edition package will also be available as a double-DVD set for a suggested price of $59.95. Owners of UT2003 will be entitled to a $10 rebate on the purchase of UT2004. The rebate will apply to both the standard game and the DVD Special Edition. Read the press release for more details.

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    just wondering...

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    [b]is this the 64 bit compatible game?
    just wondering...
    if you really want to know, I'm sure a quick search on google, or even the game's website (omg, now there's an idea! :rolleyes: ) will easily give you the answer...
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    and a patch for 2003 to make it 64 bit compatible.......i thought i would recieve an immediate reply from.....weta.......as i thought ut 2004 was going to be a 64bit.... only ......game, but i forgot how much i'm loved around here. next time, i will, do my own research

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    JSR, there is no way any company would make a 64 bit "only" game as they would lose the 99% of their market who does not have a 64 bit system. :rolleyes2

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    good buddy, but i didn't see a release date when i read about it being written entirely in 64 bit code............but, similar to the a64 being backwards compatible, i'm sure it is

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    Very few people have or will get a 64-bit system in the near future. It will be around the time that Longhorn is released that 64-bit systems will become more common.

    Hence a 64-bit game is highly unlikely. You may be able to order a 64bit edition, but to avoid confusion I doubt many stores will stock it on their shelves.

    I also doubt any 64bit games are backward compatible. A 64bit processor might run 32bit programs using a 64bit OS in emulation, but 64bit software won't run on 32bit processors.

    When Longhorn comes out, most of our old 16 and 32bit programs will not run in Longhorn and will require new versions.

    That's why the 64bit transition has taken so long - it's a big shift both for hardware and software manufacturers.

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    they have a patch for ut 2003 for the 64..............and, it's my understanding, as stated above regarding the game..............so, apparently on the new game they have a port for it.........
    here's a link http://www.megagames.com/news/html/p...athlon64.shtml

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    UT2004 has both a 64-bit and a 32-bit edition. Game retailers will most likely not stock the 64-bit edition, or at least not shelve them to avoid confusion, as PersianImmortal mentioned.

    The 32-bit version will be able to be run on both 32-bit and 64-bit systems.

    The 64-bit version will be able to run only on 64-bit systems.

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