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Codemasters confirms Turning Point: Fall of Liberty as title for Spark Unlimited’s alternate-reality WWII game


Codemasters today revealed Turning Point: Fall of Liberty as the official name for the upcoming alternate-reality WWII shooter in development at Spark Unlimited. Turning Point: Fall of Liberty is currently planned as a major Q4 ’07 launch for Codemasters, and will be available for the Xbox 360™ video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PLAYSTATION®3 computer entertainment system, and Games for Windows. The game is currently rated “RP” (Rating Pending) by the ESRB.

In 1931 Winston Churchill survived being struck by a taxi while crossing the street in New York. What if Churchill had died and wasn’t alive to voice the battle cry that inspired the Allied troops to confront the Nazi war machine? What if England had surrendered to Hitler? What if there was no D-Day and Pearl Harbor never happened? What if the United States never entered WWII until WWII came knocking at their front door.

Turning Point: Fall of Liberty opens in 1952 as Germany lands a well planned surprise attack on the gateway of the United States eastern coast - New York. Nazi battleships quickly take the harbor, German aircraft pound the city streets with ordinance, and Zeppelins and assault blimps deploy troops to take the city block by block. With New York falling to pieces, and Washington D.C. in enemy sights, will anyone be able to stop the Nazi Blitzkrieg on American soil?

Striking a unique balance between wartime authenticity while also bringing a fresh perspective to the WWII genre through an alternate timeline and advanced weaponry, Turning Point: Fall of Liberty will be a very personal battle for gamers. Depicting a Second World War never before imagined, it’s time to fight afresh against the world’s most notorious war machine.


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