Kaos Studios is sending word that they will be delivering a multiplayer demo for the PC port of Frontlines: Fuel of War by next month.
Prior to the demo release, the developers will also be shutting the game’s open beta servers next week. More details on the demo are in the full article.
Earlier this month, you guys will probably recall that Kaos Studios released a multiplayer demo of Frontlines: Fuel of War to the Xbox 360‘s Live service. In case you’re hoping that the devs will be extending the same teaser to the game’s other platforms, we’ve got some good news.
Mitch, the community manager over at the dev’s forums, is sending word that the same demo is also being prepared for deployment to the PC this March 11 (Tuesday). The demo for Frontlines‘ PC port will feature the final build of the Oil Field Map, and the new Invasion map.
In line with the demo announcement, Kaos and THQ is also sending word that they will be shutting down Frontlines‘ open beta servers next week Monday, February 18, at around 11 p.m. The beta server’s last day will be marked with a special “Fight the Devs” event.
We’ll let you know if any more details regarding Fronlines’ PC demo are made available.
Via Kaos Studios community forums