XBL demos: WRC FIA World Rally Championship, Gothic 4

By Stephany Nunneley, Friday, 24 September 2010 16:50 GMT

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The Major has posted an update for Xbox Live, and it looks as though a couple more demos are available now in case Enslaved doesn’t float your boat.

The first one is Black Bean’s WRC FIA World Rally Championship, which is available in European regions only at the moment. We’ve been told the demo was released earlier in the week, but consider this a reminder if you forgot.

This demo is available on PC today as well, and will hit PSN September 29. The full game hits stores on October 8.

Spellbound has also released a demo for Arcania: Gothic 4 on XBL Marketplace. There aren’t any specific details mentioned for the demo, but we’re going to assume it’s the same one released for PC yesterday.

The XBL demo’s not available in Asia or Mexico, and the full game will hit PC and 360 October 12, while the PS3 version’s out in Q2 2011.

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