Media Alert From Capcom.
Full game now hitting retail on May 11th
Prepare to be blown away by the latest Lost Planet 2 demo coming your way next week on Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network. Grab your weapons or jump into one of the game’s new Vital Suits and prepare for intense 16 player online battles. Featuring the ‘Turbulent Jungle’ map from the online versus mode, the new Lost Planet 2 demo will include full chat support and in-depth result stats so players can establish bragging rights.
While the demo will be widely available from April 21st, Capcom’s most avid fans in Europe will be able to experience the demo from March 31st via a number of early access codes. Codes will shortly be available from www.lostplanet2game.com and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Further codes will be available through local initiatives in UK, France, Spain, Italy, Germany and Australia.
Players who download and play the demo will be rewarded when they purchase the full retail version of Lost Planet 2 by getting immediate access to the Machine Gun SP which fires three round bursts.
So.. here’s how it works :
March 31st – Early access codes available for Xbox 360 available from http://www.lostplanet2game.com/ and local initiatives in UK, France, Spain, Italy, Germany and Australia. Demo can be played on Xbox Live for those who receive early access code.
April 1st – Early access codes available for PS3 available from http://www.lostplanet2game.com/ and local initiatives in UK, France, Spain, Italy, Germany and Australia. Demo can be played on PlayStation Network for those who receive early access code.
April 21st – Demo available on Xbox Live for all 360 gamers not lucky enough to obtain an early access code.
April 22nd – Demo available on PlayStation Network for all PS3 gamers not lucky enough to obtain an early access code.
Capcom is also pleased to confirm that the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of Lost Planet 2 will now be hitting stores on Tuesday May 11th, one week earlier than previously announced. A PC version is scheduled for release this autumn.