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Thursday, 10 May 2007 16:18

Command & Conquer 3 in stores tomorrow

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Electronic Arts Inc.
today announced that Command & Conquer 3 Tiberium Wars for Xbox 360 will be available in stores across Europe on May 11, 2007. That is tomorrow.

According to Microsoft the C&C 3 demo was the most downloaded demo in the first week of its appearance and was one of the most played demos on Xbox Live. The recent demo release was a true success for the game, so there should be no reason for the game to be less tempting or successful.

The C&C RTS is very well known among the gaming population, with this sequel C&C team has promised great deep Sci-Fi story and fast action gameplay, all that in HD package. If you want to give the game a go you can get your copy as of tomorrow May 11 across Europe.

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