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Quake-Con Pre-Registration Begins Tomorrow

Posted on Tuesday, April 24 @ 08:36:31 PST by

You ready for QuakeCon? Bethesda knows that it's still more than three months away, but space is limited and pre-registration starts tomorrow at 7:00pm CST/8:00pm EST. While entry into QuakeCon is free, various premium, first-come first-serve packages are available.

The full swag pack ($40), limited to 500 units, features the official QuakeCon 2012 T-Shirt, a Dishonored Tallboy T-Shirt, and a Special Limited Edition Poster.

The BYOC Select-a-Seat ($30), limited to 1,500 units, also includes an official QuakeCon 2012 BYOC T-Shirt but also comes with a guaranteed seat of your choice in the BYOC area.

The QuakeCon Done Quick ($50), limited to 350 units, gets a reserved seat and QuakeCon 2012 BYOC T-Shirt as well, plus express lane fast-pass to every panel and event at QuakeCon and "limited reserved access seating".

QuakeCon takes place at the Hilton Antole Hotel in Dallas and opens from August 2nd, 9:00am Central, to August 5th.
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