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Tuesday, 15 January 2008 11:46

Conflict: Denied Ops in February

Written by Nadan Hadzibeganovic

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Release date is out                               

 

Eidos Interactive has announced a new game for U.S. and European markets. This time Europeans have something to brag about, because the game is out in Europe on the 8th of February, while Americans will have to wait until the 12th.

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The game itself is Ego-Shooter, and you’ll be playing with two characters with different tasks in different regions such as Africa, South America and even Russia.

You can find out more on Eidos Interactive website.

 

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