Last August, Codemasters announced it was publishing Fall of Liberty, an alternate-history shooter set in a fictional timeline. The first-person shooter will see players defend the American homeland after the Nazis invade in 1952. Like the similarly themed Freedom Fighters, the game will center on gritty urban combat in New York City, albeit from a first-person perspective.
Today, Codemasters announced a slight title tweak for Fall of Liberty, which will henceforth go by the handle Turning Point: Fall of Liberty. No reason was given for the name change for the game, which will ship in the US and Europe this fall for the PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. No rating or pricing is yet available for the game.
Turning Point: Fall of Liberty is the first next-generation title from Spark Unlimited, the litigiously challenged studio behind Call of Duty: Finest Hour. Last August, Spark also signed a deal with Vivendi Games to develop a next-gen franchise, apparently abandoning an exclusive next-gen deal it signed with Atari earlier in the year.