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Savage 2: A Tortured Soul "for free"

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S2 Games announced today that Savage 2: A Tortured Soul, the much anticipated sequel to their award winning first title, Savage: The Battle for Newerth, will be available for download via the S2 Games Website anywhere, anytime, and on any computer for free.

Gamers worldwide will be able to "sample" Savage 2 on any local area network (LAN) for non-commercial/personal use and will be able to play the artificial intelligence (AI)/practice mode along with the game's included tutorial via the no charge access. You will then have the opportunity to purchase an account, which will grant them access to full online gameplay.

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