Zeno Clash spreads to shops in Q4

Indie ACE expanding for €19.99.   

Fresh-faced publisher Iceberg will bring Zeno Clash to shops throughout Europe by the end of the year - Q4 2009, to be specific.

None of the post-release DLC appears to be stuffed in, nor does Iceberg mention the price, which should be well below full - given that the PC game sells for £11.24 on Steam.

The bizarre "and in some ways, brilliant" (Eurogamer review) first-person brawler Zeno Clash launched online in April.

Chilean developer ACE Team has already announced plans for a sequel as well as an Xbox 360 conversion of the original game.

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