Prepare for Disaster by Pre-Ordering Teleglitch: Die More Edition

NEW YORK — July 11, 2013 — Paradox Interactive, a publisher of games and a nailgun safety advisor, today announced the release date and pre-order details for Teleglitch: Die More Edition. Teleglitch, a survival-horror action game from developer T3P, will release the enhanced and expanded Die More Edition on July 25 for PC, Mac, and Linux. Gamers will be challenged to survive the hazards of Medusa 1-C with only their wits and whatever weapons they can scavenge or craft.

Pre-order customers will get access to 8 exclusive new weapons and utilities, which can be accessed through a new game option that allows players to start with a small selection of randomized gear from the exclusive content. In addition, every pre-order comes with a soundtrack of original music inspired by Teleglitch, delivering five haunting tracks that convey the constant tension of T3P’s chilling game world and complements the actual in-game ambient soundtrack.

Teleglitch: Die More Edition contains Steamworks and any pre-orders bought from various DD platforms will need to be activated on Steam. The pre-order campaign will last approximately 3 weeks with Steam joining the campaign with the same content on release day.

Those who already own Teleglitch from its previous launch will be upgraded to Die More Edition at no charge, and will also receive the pre-order bonuses.

Teleglitch: Die More Edition will be available for $12.99 from digital distributors worldwide and can be pre-ordered today at

View the Announcement trailer for Teleglitch: Die More Edition here:

Concept art for Teleglitch: Die More Edition by Fredi Tarenõmm compulsoryart.blogspot.Co.Uk :

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Release Date

July 25, 2013

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