Ubisoft has told Eurogamer that Tom Clancy's EndWar on PSP and DS will be released here on 7th November.

That's the same day as the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions. But unlike them, EndWar on handheld has has relatively little public attention.

The action on DS and PSP, created by Funatics Software, has been slowed to a turn-based rather than real-time strategy affair, although we're told this will still feel lively.

All the factions, campaigns and various units make an appearance, plus there's head-to-head multiplayer and a mission editor to stretch the shelf-life out a bit.

Sounds quite promising to us. As does the big version, which you can read all about in our Tom Clancy's EndWar gamepage.

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