Frontlines 360 demo in Dec

Shoot friends for oil.

THQ has said that a demo for the Xbox 360 version of Frontlines: Fuel of War will be available in December.

Confirmation came from a US press event, where Frank DeLise, boss of developer Kaos Studios, confirmed plans to Team Xbox. And this was later backed up by a spokesperson from THQ.

However, THQ Europe was unavailable to tell us when we might expect PS3 and PC versions, leaving the closed PC beta test as the only way to test out the title for now.

Frontlines: Fuel of War is a open-world first-person shooter set not too far in the future, and also not too dissimilar to a Battlefield game; there is a single-player element, but the trump card is a large and tactical multiplayer offering.

We had a chance to see it back in March, and were impressed with the level of polish and range of ideas on show. Pop over to our Frontlines: Fuel of War preview to find out more.

Frontlies: Fuel of War is due for release on PC, 360 and PS3 in January 2008.

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