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 Mar 11, 2005 - 08:00 AM - by Michael
* Matrix goes live March 22

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Data Node One reports that the Matrix Online has gone gold and will ship out on March 22:

The highly anticipated continuation to The Matrix film trilogy, The Matrix Online has gone gold and is on track for a March 22, 2005 launch. The MMOG, co-published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and SEGA, will take tens of thousands of players down the rabbit hole and unveil a story full of twists and turns allowing them to take an active role in helping determining the future of the Matrix saga.
In other news, the Wired is calling me.
 

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