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Knights of the Nine on sale

For PC this time.

Oblivion's PC owning fans can now buy and download the Knights of the Nine expansion pack from developer Bethesda Softworks' website.

It costs US$ 9.99, weighs in at 155MB, and is helpfully available in five languages - English, French, Italian, German and Spanish.

What's more, a boxed version is also available in shops, priced around 15 quid and including all the previously released downloadable content for Bethesda's award winning RPG.

Knights of the Nine, also available through Xbox Live Marketplace for players of the 360 version, sees you chasing around trying to find lost relics of the Divine Crusader to vanquish evil, or something.

For a more in-depth (not to mention interested) overview of what's there, be sure to read our review of the 360 code, which is ostensibly the same thing.

Knights of the Nine will also be bundled into the PlayStation 3 version of Oblivion, which is due out in Q1 2007.

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