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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 04:50pm 25/11/11 | 7 Comments
Following some serious outcrying from PS3 owners over the promised free PS3 version of Battlefield 1943, EA have delivered on their promise, offering the free voucher download to Europe this Saturday, November 26, December 10 for North America and December 17 for Asia.

We asked EA locally about Australia and they're waiting on word from global HQ but it's likely we'll be in line with Europe.

There's a full run-down on how to claim your free copy of the game on EA's website, right here.

If and when you get it, be sure to drop us a line to let everyone know how the process was to deal with, and how the game runs on Sony's console.



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arkter
Posted 09:23pm 25/11/11
yah don't worry about pc gamers, we're just a bunch of pirating ass holes after all :P
Nukleuz
Posted 09:45pm 25/11/11
serious outcrying from PS3 owners


Nothing to do with the law firm Edelson McGuire suing EA over this? Their claim is along the lines of 'EA misled and profited from customers by making a promise that they never intended to keep.'
copuis
Posted 09:47pm 25/11/11
um, are sony users allowed to be upset anymore, i thought they changed the eula so that all sony users had to be happy about what sony tells them or something?
Eorl
Posted 01:35am 26/11/11
That was only Origin I believe copuis. Correct me if I'm wrong though, but Origin's new EULA states that no one can join a class action lawsuit if they agree to the EULA.
Outlaw
Posted 10:58am 26/11/11
sweet
BoDGie
Posted 11:09am 26/11/11
That was only Origin I believe copuis. Correct me if I'm wrong though, but Origin's new EULA states that no one can join a class action lawsuit if they agree to the EULA.


Nah, it was Sony - after the PSN/Sony hacking debacle.
copuis
Posted 11:17am 26/11/11
^^ this was what i was referring to eorl,

on a side, I dont think there should be a "don't sue us" clause in a EULA, unless there are clear SLA's thus if the company fails to provide a set level of service, they are in breach, making the contract void, and exposing the company
(but then, what company would be open, and fair like that)
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