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Full Spectrum Warrior sequel unveiled

If we had ten hammers, we'd hammer in the morning, we'd hammer in the evening, we'd hammer johnny foreigner into a bloody pulp.

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Calling all warriors of the full spectrum variety - a sequel to THQ's tactical military shooter has been confirmed for Xbox, PS2 and PC.

Full Spectrum Warrior: Ten Hammers sees you co-ordinating the actions of multiple infantry teams at once, directing them through 12 levels' worth of hostile environments in real-time.

You'll have all the latest military technology at your disposal, including new controllable mechanized units, and the enhanced multiplayer mode offers new head-to-head and co-op online missions.

Developer Pandemic also promises that the characters have new and improved abilities, and your opponents are even more clevererer than what they was before thanks to advanced enemy A.I.

Full Spectrum Warrior: Ten Hammers will launch simultaneously on all three platforms this winter. There's no word on whether you'll be able to fight in properly 3D battlefields this time or go inside buildings, but look out for more details and the first screenshots around E3 time.

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