The Baconing; Release Dates, Pricing and Platforms announced

Indie Games developer Hothead Games today released some exciting release date and platform details from the anticipated summer title that fans have been salivating over, The Baconing.

The Baconing is the latest stand alone action-RPG title from Hothead Games featuring the popular hero, DeathSpank. Discover exciting new worlds and hilarious characters whilst you battle hordes of enemies in search of the Fires of Bacon. This sizzling title will be unleashed for ALL gamers to play at the end of this month.
The Baconing is a PlayStation Network PLAY promotion title, a new program showcasing four of the season’s hottest action titles. When The Baconing is pre-ordered through PLAY, purchasers will receive an additional co-op character, Roesha, One Bad Mutha and a PlayStation Network theme.
The Baconing will also be released on August 31st on Xbox LIVE® Arcade game for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, for 1200 Microsoft Points. The game will be published by Valcon Games in conjunction with Hothead Games.
Valcon Games President, Glenn Halseth said:
“Valcon Games is very excited to be able to play a role in this fantastic stand alone adventure, and by partnering with the amazing Hothead Games we can help bring The Baconing and its infamous hero, DeathSpank, to Xbox Live Arcade players everywhere.”
Last but not least, Hothead Games has also announced that The Baconing will also be available to both Windows PC and Mac users at the same time as their console gaming friends as the game readies for an end of August launch of the game on Steam and the Mac App Store. A pre-order discount of 20% is now available for Steam users who purchase the game ahead of the 31st August release date.

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