First Brothers in Arms free with pre-order

If you nab Hell's Highway on Steam.

Steam is offering a free copy of Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30 to any gamers pre-ordering Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway on the service.

Those pre-orders are open, apparently, although we were told "This product doesn't appear to be available in your region." We will investigate.

Hell's Highway is due out on 26th September, which was the same day Halo 3 was released last year. These things are etched in our minds.

And of course we chatted to developer Gearbox boss Randy Pitchford on Monday about the game. He subsequently roped real-life army man Colonel Antal into the discussion, too.

We also had an extensive hands-on session with Hell's Highway back in July.

Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30, on the other hand, was released in 2005. Head over to our review to find out why it's so highly regarded.

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