Enter the Matrix orders top 4 million

Atari announces that retail orders for its upcoming movie-inspired action game have already exceeded 4 million units.


Atari has today announced that worldwide retail orders for Enter the Matrix, which is scheduled for release alongside The Matirx Reloaded on May 15, have already exceeded 4 million units. The game, which was developed by Shiny Entertainment, will be available for the PC and all current-generation game consoles.

"We are thrilled by the tremendous worldwide demand for what is going to be one of the most groundbreaking games our business has seen in years," said Bruno Bonnell, chairman and CEO, Infogrames. "Enter the Matrix is the biggest game we have ever shipped, and I'm happy to report that it does not disappoint. Matrix fans and video game players worldwide are poised to enjoy an entirely new entertainment experience with a complete meshing of Hollywood filmmaking and interactive entertainment."

Enter the Matrix is a third-person action game inspired by The Matrix movies, and it features a script written by the movie trilogy's creators, the Wachowski brothers. For more information on Enter the Matrix, check out our previous coverage of the PC, PS2, Xbox, and GameCube versions of the game.

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