It was a turbulent day for publisher THQ and developer Kaos Studios, as it was rumored that the PlayStation 3 version of Frontlines: Fuel of War may have been cancelled. There has been much speculation about major issues with this release, but today THQ broke the silence with an official announcement.

The PS3 version of Frontlines: Fuel of War is only slightly delayed, but is certainly still in development. The game is scheduled to be released in February for PC and Xbox 360 and a little later for PlayStation 3. The PS3 version is currently expected to be released in April.

Frontlines: Fuel of War is a futuristic first person shooter set in response to contemporary events. Following an energy crisis and a global depression, two parties, the Western Coalition (US/EU) and the Red Star Alliance (Russia/China) are fighting a conflict with each other. Expect a free world where you can run around and more than sixty military weapons and vehicles as you collect information in advanced ways and fight with a special system in which the ‘front’ takes a special place.

Also read our beta preview.

Frontlines: Fuel of War will be released on February 15 for PC and Xbox 360. The PlayStation 3 version will follow a little later, perhaps in April.


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