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Arrowhead Game Studios reboot of the classic co-op dungeon crawler Gauntlet was initially slated to launch on September 3rd, but has now been pushed back to September 23rd, publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced today.

The reboot — announced this past March — will launch for Linux Windows PC through Steam for $19.99. Gauntlet will include full support for the Steam OS software in preparation for the 2015 launch of Steam Machines.

According to a statement from the publisher, the reason for the delay is so the team can fine-tune Gauntlet's multiplayer mode. As a thank you for support, Warner Bros. is including an in-game bonus item with all pre-orders — a Wizard's Robe called the The Spawn of Kerthull, crafted from dead imps.



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