The promised Xbox 360 demo version of Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars should be released on Xbox Live Marketplace today.

That's according to an administrator on the game's official forums, who responded to questions about a recent "Demo Trailer" with confirmation of the publisher's plans.

There's no immediate word on what to expect from the demo, but the PC version - released in February - included a tutorial as well as two missions, a skirmish map and some of the game's cheesy live action cut-scenes.

For more on C&C3, which topped the charts here in the UK following its PC release, why not have a flick through our Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars PC review? The Xbox 360 version is due out on 11th May.

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