Tom Clancy’s EndWar VIP Demo Invades Xbox 360 in October

EndWarVIP.jpg Coming up in October, Ubisoft will be kicking off a VIP demo test for Tom Clancy’s EndWar, the new console-focused, voice-controlled RTS game. Available exclusively on Xbox 360 via Xbox Live, the VIP beta will let players try out the game’s online multiplayer and voice command system in one final stress test before Ubisoft ships the game later in the fall. Access to the demo will be provided on a first-come first-serve basis to those who pre-order through participating retailers (Amazon, Best Buy, GameStop… you know, the usual). Once pre-ordered, customers will receive a special token unlocking access to download the demo through the Xbox Live Marketplace when it launches in early October.

“We believe EndWar will revolutionize the strategy genre on consoles and are thrilled gamers will be able to get a little taste of why we are so excited about EndWar’s release this holiday season,” said Tony Key, senior vice president of sales and marketing at Ubisoft. “With its innovative voice command and intuitive game design, fans will be able to learn first hand how a console game was able to win the judges over and win Best Strategy Game of E3 for the first time in a category previously dominated by PC titles.”

Tom Clancy’s EndWar will be on store shelves this holiday season for Xbox 360, PS3, PSP and DS.

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