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6r1m r34p0r
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Posted: 19th Jan 2005 05:16
If I buy the EA, do I upgrade for free when the full version comes out? thanks.

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Zone Chicken
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Posted: 19th Jan 2005 05:55
You buy the ea when it is released, and when the full get's released you pay the difference to upgrade from ea to full, from what i have heard.
Logan 5
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Posted: 19th Jan 2005 05:55
The upgrade won't be free, but you will get credit against the full version price for what you've paid for the EA.

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The Nerd
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Posted: 19th Jan 2005 21:58
How much will the full version cost if i have payed for the EA?


Thanks


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Noldor
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Posted: 19th Jan 2005 22:03
I think no One knows the answer to that question.
(maby the developers.)
Chimera
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Posted: 19th Jan 2005 23:38
I'm assuming this: The full version costs the difference between the EA version and the full version, this added to the EA release makes the actual price for the full version.

If you don't get this: 1.)x is the price of the full version
2.)x-$49.99= y
x= $49.99+y
3.) answer: The price of the full version is
$49.99+y

In other words: Noldor is right...
Quote: "I think no One knows the answer to that question.
(maby the developers.) "


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David T
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Posted: 20th Jan 2005 06:04
Save all the maths... why don't we take a look at the FAQ...

Quote: "Q How much will it cost?

A It won't cost more than $60, don't worry. Current thinking is $49.99 and I doubt it'll change from that."





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