Some news on the Section 8: Prejudice front today. First up, developer TimeGate Studios has launched a kill counter across both the 360 and PC versions to introduce a new mode. The sooner players get to 10 million kills, the sooner the Assault game mode is unlocked for play. In Assault, teams are pitted against one another over Control Points, with the attackers trying to achieve control in the fastest time possible and the defenders trying to hold out for as long as possible. And the other bit of news, most likely spotted by you eagle-eyed readers, is that the PC version of Prejudice is now available for purchase. Shooter fans can find it on Steam, Games for Windows Marketplace, Direct2Drive, and Impulse.
Prejudice supports up to 32 players online, with a five-hour, story-drive single-player campaign, offline bot support for all modes, dynamic combat missions, and Swarm mode for four-player co-op tower defense action. Players can also track their progress in a portal linked to their TimeGate accounts, which track careers, display player trends for maps and gear, access Events and Seasons, as well as setup and manage clans. The PC version also supports Logitech’s GamePanel LCD, displaying gear loadout and latest achievements, for the Gaming Keyboard G15 and G19 Keyboard, as well as support for Nvidia’s 3D Vision.
The minimum specs for Section 8: Prejudice are:
Processor: Intel 3.0GHz (single), 2.0GHz (dual), or AMD AthlonXP3200+
OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7 (latest service packs)
Video: NIVIDIA GeForce 7800 or ATI Radeon X1900 (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 or better recommended)
RAM: 2 GB
HD: 5.5 GB of available space
Official Site: WarIsPrejudice.com