The first way to test out your online tactical tenacity for GRAW2 will be on Xbox 360, as Ubisoft has announced a multiplayer demo will be available on Xbox Live on Monday.
Up to 16 players will be able to duke it out on the Outpost map, in either head-to-head or co-op gameplay modes.
If you download the demo, you'll also be given the opportunity to shoot developer Redstorm in the face, violently resolving any frustrations you may have had with the first game. All you have to do is sign-up for the competition on the Ghost Recon website, download the demo and then submit your gamertag into a sweepstake.
If your name is plucked from the magical top hat of decisions, then you'll have a chance to fight the developer between 1800 and 2100 hours on 28th February via Xbox Live.
But be warned, not only will registration for this finish on Monday, but Redstorm is likely to be pretty ruddy good.
The single-player demo was released on Xbox Live earlier this month, and let you preview the second of 12 missions the game will offer.
Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 is due out on Xbox 360 from 9th March. Others will follow shortly after, with PSP and PC on 30th March and the PS3 version - originally mooted for the console's 23rd March launch - due out sometime this spring.
You can find our impressions of the game elsewhere on the site. Copy?
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