Bulletstorm demo lands January 25

first_imgBulletstorm, that glorious overindulgence of kill stats is nearly ready for release. But EA and developer People Can Fly have decided to be nice and give console gamers a demo to play with before the launch.The game isn’t set for release until February 25, but we only need to wait until January 25 to start playing the demo. It’s being released on both Xbox Live and PSN, but there’s no sign of a PC demo also appearing. The one exception to the January 25 release is PlayStation 3 owners in Europe who will get it a day later on the 26th.As for what the demo will contain, here’s EA’s explanation:Bulletstorm ships with three game modes: the pulp sci-fi, single-player campaign; Anarchy multiplayer mode; and Echo mode, a unique experience that tracks and compares players’ scores while they play through locations found in the campaign. The Bulletstorm demo introduces a slice of Echo mode in which players traverse a collapsed building on the deadly paradise planet Stygia as ex-Dead Echo leader Grayson Hunt. Players will utilize the “Skillshot” system in Bulletstorm as they crush enemies in increasingly creative ways to rack up points using an arsenal of powerful weapons, from a futuristic assault rifle called the Peace Maker Carbine, to the Flail Gun, which fires two grenades linked by a chain, and the Screamer, a powerful revolver that turns enemies into human fireworks. While PC gamers don’t seem to be getting a demo, they are getting a game in February that doesn’t require a high performance machine to run. The minimum spec is a Core 2 1.6GHz processor, a 256MB graphics card, and 1.5GB of RAM.Read more at the EA press releaselast_img


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