Ubisoft has delayed the Xbox 360 VIP demo of Tom Clancy's EndWar again.

The sampler, reserved for pre-orders of the game, was supposed to launch yesterday, but the company appears to be struggling to get the demo onto all regional Xbox Live Marketplaces.

The new estimate is "hours rather than days ", according to the official forums. And Ubisoft is sending out an additional code to VIPs as compensation.

Those not invited will also be given a chance to test EndWar in an open demo, which should arrive around a week before the release date of 7th November.

Pop over to our recent hands-on with Tom Clancy's EndWar.

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