Spark promises Turning Point improvements after demo

By Patrick Garratt, Tuesday, 29 January 2008 21:53 GMT

Developer Spark’s issued a statement here saying that issues related to the recently released demo for Turning Point: Fall of Liberty have been rectified for launch.

“Since the demo was finalized, the team has put several months of work into the code and we thought you might like to know that a number of questions raised by those trying the demo will be positively addressed in the final game,” said a spokesperson, citing optimized targeting and movement, refined AI behavior and other kind of fundamental stuff as being pepped up in recent work.

We hope you got that movement stuff fixed, guys. The alternate reality WWII shooter’s down for a Q1 release in Europe, to be published by Codemasters.

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