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PC and Mac Can Work Together in Trine 2 – Linux to follow later.

Finnish game developer Frozenbyte is pleased to announce that the Steam version of Trine 2 will support cross-platform multiplayer between PC and Mac thanks to Steam Play.Trine 2 Thecurrently ongoing Trine 2 Beta has been made available for the Mac, making cross-platform multiplayer available right now for gamers who have pre-purchased Trine 2.

In addition to the Mac version, the two-level PC beta now also supports NVIDIA 3D Vision. The stereo scopic mode is enabled automatically upon launch of the game.

Trine 2 is available for pre-purchase now on Steam and other channels, including GamersGate and soonDirect2Drive. The regular edition is priced at $14.99/12.99 euros/11.99 pounds. The Collector’s Edition is available for $24.99/19.99 euros/17.99 pounds. The Collector’s Edition includes a digital artbook with developer commentary and the original soundtrack by the acclaimed composer Ari Pulkkinen. All versions use Steam works for easy multiplayer, Achievements and Steam Cloud. A DRM free version of Trine 2 is coming in 2012.

Focus Home Interactive is releasing the retail, physical copy of the Trine 2 Collector’s Edition in Europe, whichwill include the beautiful physical art book and the digital version of the soundtrack.

Trine 2 will be released later in 2011 on Steam for PC and Mac, in the Mac App Store for Mac, for PC and Mac in European retail, Xbox LIVE Arcade for the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, and PlayStation Network for the PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system, and later for Linux and other platforms.

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