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Back to News Listing Update Compilation CD Now Available

Posted: Thursday, March 22, 2007 by Matrix Support

Type: News

Update files too big? Purchase the Update Compilation CD and get the latest version of all your Matrix Games titles

Matrix Games is proud to announce the availability of an Update Compilation CD that will allow gamers to get all recent Matrix Games updates as a hard copy CDROM. Now gamers who have been unable to download update files for all their favorite Matrix Games titles can get updates from almost every game sent directly to their home for a small fee.

The Update Compilation CD will include all updates released for Matrix Games titles from the last Compilation CD in 2004 through January of 2007. For a full listing of all the updates included in the Compilation, check the Master Update List. (direct link)


David Heath, Director of Operations at Matrix Games, commented, “Matrix Games has always been committed to going above and beyond the call of duty for customer support to assure everyone who buys our games is fully provided for. We provide this Update Compilation CD as a physical only order at very low cost so that customers without a high speed connection can easily get all of our updates, including the very large ones.”

 

The Update Compilation CD is available for purchase for $9.99 (US) in the Online Store (via All Games link, page 3).


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