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The official release of A Game of Thrones: Genesis is September 29th—tomorrow—but that’s September 29th, midnight Paris time.
According to publisher Focus Home Interactive, this means that those who have pre-ordered the digital download of the game should be able to receive their activation codes some time in the U.S. evening. There’s already reports that those who’ve pre-ordered on Steam have been able to download and install the strategy game (PC only), and just need the activation for the game.
Also, for those who prefer their games in boxed, physical media, it looks like Amazon.co.uk will be shipping it on the 30th (but apparently to UK customers only). We expect other retailers may already have them to ship, so it’s worth looking around your gamesellers of choice.
The Westeros network consists of several different sites, including a forum and a wiki, for all your A Song of Ice and Fire needs.