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Diablo III is Amazon's most pre-ordered PC game of all time

Diablo III, which hits digital and retail shelves this coming Tuesday, May 15, is now's most pre-ordered title in the history of the universe, according to an Amazon rep who spoke with Joystiq.

Blizzard's upcoming sequel hit that milestone today, said the rep, after exceeding both titles that held that crown before it. Coincidentally, those two titles are also Blizzard games: StarCraft II and World of Warcraft: Cataclysm. The rep, however, didn't offer a solid number -- or even an estimate. My guess? It's definitely more than 100.

So that's a nice milestone for Diablo III. Congratulations are in order for the good folks at Blizzard.

Reported by Jonathan Davila



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