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Tactical third-person shooter set in a subaqueous future.

Moscow, Russia / Frankfurt, Germany, 30th June 2009 – Today the Russian developer BIART announce its ambitious next gen Project "U-WARS" on XBOX360, PC and PSP. Starting the developing progress end of 2007 the game will hit the shelves mid of 2010.

“U-Wars” is a tactical sci-fi third person shooter set up an ultra realistic subaqueous scenario. Combining the thrill of an undersea setting with a cinematic approach and a superior story line “U-Wars” is the first lifelike underwater action experience.

In “U-Wars” the player will take control of an elite force and is constrained to accomplish covert operations both on land and undersea.

As the PC version is supporting the NVIDIA PhysX technology the XBOX users will enjoy a variety of multiplayer modes via XBOX Live.

During this year E3 the game was presented behind close doors and got great feedback from international publishers and journalists.

Please find more information on the official product website: www.uwar-game.com

About BIART:

The Company was founded in 2002, like a community of professionals in development of software and videogames.

Today BIART Studio has two priority directions of activity:

- Development of high technology videogames AA and AAA quality

- Development of “serious games” – professional training products

BIART Studio is a licensed developer for Xbox360 (Microsoft), PS3/PSP (Sony) and Wii (Nintendo). They are also cooperating with the technology industries NVIDIA and Intel.

In development of “serious games” the company cooperates with the Russian Government. BIART Studio is a resident of Russian “silicon valley” – Especial Economic Zone “Dubna”. In July 2008 BIART Studio became a member of the Russian party “Delovaya Rossiya”.


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