Ascaron has announced that a PS3 version of Sacred 2: Fallen Angel will be released on 7th November.

The game is already due out on PC and Xbox 360, and we've even previewed it in that guise.

In development for over a year, the PS3 port will include drop-in/drop-out multiplayer for four players online and two players off, with competitive and co-operative modes.

It will also support PSN invitations for games in progress and includes leaderboards.

Ascaron has also said that downloadable content will be released following the game's launch in November.

You can see how the PS3 version's progressing by scrolling to the bottom of our growing Sacred 2: Fallen Angel screenshot gallery where the latest shots lurk.

Sacred 2 is an action RPG with its roots in games like Diablo, except this time it's in 3D. Gasp! It's promising a seamless game world, tons of quests, the usual RPG character development and "hordes of screaming enemies".

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