EA: 'Divine Edition' of Dante's Inferno is a PS3 exclusive

Special edition of Dante's Inferno coming to PS3, not Xbox 360

Despairing Xbox 360 owners, yesterday

Despairing Xbox 360 owners, yesterday

Visceral Games released a statement yesterday confirming the "Divine Edition" of upcoming blasphemous brawler Dante's Inferno will only be available on PlayStation 3. This isn't the first instance of Sony favoritism either, as we reported last week that the first level of the game would be available as a demo on PSN two weeks before hitting XBox Live.

Dante's Inferno: Divine Edition is priced at US$59.99 and includes:

- Game disc with developer commentary

- Game soundtrack

- Digital art book with work from Wayne Barlowe

- Digital copy of Dante Alighieri's Inferno (Longfellow translation)

“We are thrilled to offer an exclusive game pack for PlayStation 3 gamers,” said Jonathan Knight, Executive Producer for Dante’s Inferno, in a recent press release. “The PlayStation platform has a long history of delivering AAA action/adventure games. Adding Dante’s Inferno to that rich catalogue is very exciting for the team. And with the demo now available on the PlayStation Network, players can finally get a taste of what awaits them in the full game on Feb 9th.”

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Alex Wawro

GamePro

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