Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. and Saber Interactive today released Battle: Los Angeles for download on Xbox LIVE® Arcade in conjunction with the release of the Columbia Pictures feature film. The game will also be available on Windows PC download via Steam®, Direct2Drive, and OnLive®, and will be released later this month on PlayStation®Network on March 22 nd. Players will have the opportunity to relive the thrill of the movie as they assume the role of Corporal Lee Imlay and fight alongside characters from the film and defend the city of Los Angeles from attacks from unknown forces. Xbox 360™ players will also have the opportunity to play the game in 3D using select 3D TVs that support stereoscopic 3D display.*
Developed by Saber Interactive and powered by the Saber 3D Engine, Battle: Los Angeles is a high-end fast and frantic first-person shooter game that will take players through a single player campaign that mirrors the upcoming feature film. Players will assume the role of a Marine fighting against a worldwide alien invasion that has the city of Los Angeles as the major battleground and focal point for the game. Players will battle unique and varied enemies using an arsenal of weapons throughout the game like an assault rifle, sniper rifle, rocket launcher, frag grenades, and a turret gun as they navigate the streets of Los Angeles avoiding fierce and relentless attacks. Aside from high-caliber fire fighting combat, destructible environments have been included using the Havok Destruction Module which will allow players to destroy scaffolding structures, vehicles and overpasses to eliminate enemy forces. With unlockable content, trophy support, and 5.1 surround sound, Battle: Los Angeles will pull players deep into the heart of the battle to save mankind.
Battle: Los Angeles the video game is now available on Xbox LIVE Arcade for 800 Microsoft Points with the PlayStation Network version coming out on March 22 nd for $9.99. The Windows PC download via Steam will be available later this month as well as on select digital distribution channels. Battle: Los Angeles is rated T for Teen by the ESRB.