Phantom EFX promises a playable demo for Darkest of Days tomorrow,
offering the chance to travel back in time to influence history by your actions
in famous historical battles in 8Monkey Labs' first-person shooter. Here's
Cedar Falls, Iowa – August 10, 2009 – Phantom EFX, a leading
developer and publisher of entertainment software, with independent game
development studio 8monkey Labs confirmed today the PC demo of Darkest of Days,
a free-to-play version of the highly anticipated historically-based first person
shooter, will be available on August 11, 2009.
“Custer's infamous last stand at the Battle of Little Big Horn, and the Battle
of Antietam, the bloodiest day in American history… these are just a few of
humanity’s darkest days, and you can dive into both of these in the Darkest of
Days demo,” said Aaron Schurman, Chief Executive Officer at Phantom EFX. “This
hour-long demo lets players experience unrivaled carnage and to experience what
it’s like to use futuristic weapons in period settings and see what happens when
you alter history while fighting against hundreds of enemies during some of
man's greatest struggles in History!”
The demo features some serious action, throwing players into the middle of
raging battles, while also giving players great hands-on time with a variety of
weapons. To get a more in-depth look at the rich weapons loadout, check out the
weapons training video at Gametrailers.com.
Isn't this like that 3D FPS game (can't remember its name)? The player was wearing a high-tech suit and was fighting in WWII in the demo version. The game wasn't that good and came out like two years ago.