Germans to get Conflict demo after all

By Patrick Garratt, Saturday, 2 February 2008 10:46 GMT

Eidos has moved to assure German gamers that the Xbox Live version of the Conflict: Denied Ops demo will be released in due course, and is currently in submission.

“The demo has always been planned for release in Germany and will be available on Xbox Live as soon as it is through testing in our internal QA dept,” Eidos UK PR Gareth Ramsay said here. “I hope this clears things up.”

The demo, as reported yesterday, has been held up because of edits made to the full game for violence-shy Germany. The demo released in other western countries hadn’t been cut, hence the delay.

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