Fracture demo erupting before launch

LucasArts to crater for all.

LucasArts has told Eurogamer that it plans to offer a Fracture demo either in August, or alongside the full game in September.

The PS3 and 360 sampler will let you stomp around the tutorial level where you'll get to grips with the terrain deformation at the core of the title.

Fracture is in development at Day 1 Studios, the outfit that made the MechAssault games, and gives you tools like the Entrencher that can instantly carve holes in the ground or force hills to burst from the floor.

There's much more besides the Entrencher, and you'll use them to tackle hordes of genetically altered futuristic baddies - or up-to 11 of your friends online.

Head over to our hands-on impressions of Fracture to find out why we thought it was enormously promising.

Or pop into Eurogamer TV to catch-up on EGTV Show - Episode 22, where we got to traipse around Skywalker ranch and see all things LucasArts.

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