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Atari® Vault Collection on Windows PC, Mac, and Linux Operating Systems Grows to 150 Classic Atari Games

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It’s time to continue reliving the Golden Age of Gaming! Iconic video game publisher Atari has today launched an exciting expansion for Atari® Vault — the ultimate collection of classic Atari titles, adding fifty retro and rare games to PC gaming for the very first time!

Originally launched in March 2016, Atari Vault bundles the publisher’s most beloved classic games into a single PC title, along with adding new features and multiplayer capabilities. With this new DLC, fans have instant access to an even-more extensive catalog of titles from the Atari 2600 and arcade as the total count of games increases to 150, which includes fan-favorites like Asteroids®, Centipede®, Missile Command®, and many more.

The Atari Vault DLC adds vintage Atari arcade games from the ‘70s, Atari 5200 titles, Atari 2600 games from M Network, along with prototype and limited-edition homebrew games for the Atari 2600, as well as a dozen new DLC exclusive Steam achievements. As with the original 100 games in Atari Vault, fans can enjoy a classic gaming experience in the modern age, with an upgraded user interface, the addition of online and local multiplayer, and extensive configuration options. High-resolution scans of original manuals and boxes are available as well!

The following titles are included in the Atari Vault DLC: 

  • Fourteen Arcade Games: Avalanche, Atari Baseball, Atari Basketball, Canyon Bomber, Destroyer, Dominos, Fire Truck, Atari Football, Maze Invaders, Monte Carlo, Pool Shark, Sky Diver, Atari Soccer, and Super Bug
  • Sixteen Atari 5200 Games: Asteroids, Centipede, Countermeasure, Final Legacy, Micro-Gammon, Millipede, Miniature Golf, Missile Command, Realsports Baseball, Realsports Basketball, Realsports Football, Realsports Soccer, Realsports Tennis, Star Raiders, Super Breakout, and Xari Arena
  • Twelve M Network Games for the Atari 2600: Air Raiders, Armor Ambush, Astroblast, Dark Cavern, Frogs and Flies, International Soccer, Sea Battle, Space Attack, Star Strike, Super Challenge Baseball, Super Challenge Football, and Swordfight
  • Eight Prototype and Limited-edition Homebrew Games for the Atari 2600: Adventure II, Aquaventure, Frog Pond, Holey Moley, Motorodeo, Saboteur, Wizard, and Yars’ Return

View the Atari Vault DLC trailer here:

[YouTube] https://uberstrategist.link/AtariVaultDLC-YT
[Download] https://uberstrategist.link/AtariVaultDLC-DL

The Atari Vault and new DLC are both available for purchase on Steam with a limited-time 40% off Black Friday/Cyber Monday discount, ending December 3. The base Atari Vault game is required to play the DLC and normally retails for $9.99. The Atari Vault DLC can be purchased on sale for $2.99 (normally $4.99) here: https://store.steampowered.com/app/1104680/Atari_Vault__50_Game_AddOn_Pack.

An updated and enhanced version of the Atari Vault will be a free download to owners of the upcoming Atari VCS™ home gaming and entertainment system, which is available for preorder at GameStop.comWalmart.com, and AtariVCS.com for shipments starting in March 2020.

A press kit with screenshots, trailer, and logos is available here: https://uberstrategist.link/AtariVault-PressKit.

To stay up-to-date on all things Atari and retro-pop-culture, like on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Atari, and follow on Twitter @Atari and Instagram.

Benjamin
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