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Wednesday, 18 January 2012 10:25

Syndicate demo coming later in the month

Written by David Stellmack



To offer nine co-op missions from the game


Electronic Arts will be releasing a four-player co-op demo for the new Syndicate title later this month. The demo will feature nine co-op missions that will be found in the game. The missions will focus on telling the story of a new Syndicate on the rise.

The new Syndicate game is still on track for its February 21st release in North America and February 24th release in Europe. The game will be coming for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC platforms when it is released. The demo will be available only for a short limited time prior to the release of the title, so as soon as it arrives, we suggest you grab it quickly if you want to get a taste of the new reimagined Syndicate.


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