Brothers In Arms goes next-gen

PS3, X360, PC - this Christmas.

Gearbox is working on a new Brothers In Arms game for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC, in which you get to "do" Operation Market Garden with old pals Matt Baker and Joe Harstock.

Called Brothers In Arms: Hell's Highway, it's going to be out this Christmas and promises new gameplay features and redesigned online stuff - all done up prettily in the Unreal 3 Engine.

There's no word on what those new features are, sadly, but we should hear a bit more about it soon, as Ubi's done one of those pesky mag exclusives in the US. We'd also be surprised if it's not at E3 given it's due out this year.

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No wonder they're running - look at his teeth!

In the meantime, here's what Gearbox's Randy Pitchford reckons about it: "With Brothers In Arms Hell's Highway, Gearbox is investing everything to take next-generation gaming to an entirely new level. For Brothers In Arms Hell's Highway, the Unreal Engine 3 powers real next-generation graphics and the most intense, action-oriented recreation of true history ever offered as interactive entertainment."

So, look forward to new levels of World War II later this year.

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