Mercury Hg Launches With These Brand New Screenshots

Posted By | On 19th, Oct. 2011

Mercury Hg is now available on PlayStation Network and Xbox LIVE. UTV Ignition have also announced two upcoming DLC packs for the game.

Heavy Elements (30 new levels)
– Available for PSN in the UK, EU and Australia on October 19, priced at £1.59/1.99€/3.45 AUD
– Available for XBLA in the UK, EU and Australia on October 19, priced at 240 Microsoft Points

Rare Earth Elements (30 new levels)
– Available for PSN in the UK, EU and Australia on November 30, priced at £1.59/1.99€/3.45 AUD
– Available for XBLA in the UK, EU and Australia on November 30, priced at 240 Microsoft points


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