No Man's Land site launches

CDV launches the official Web site for its upcoming real-time strategy game. New screens inside.

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CDV Software has today launched the official Web site for No Man's Land. The game, which is currently in development at Related Designs, is set in North America in the years between 1600 and 1900 and will allow players to take command of six different factions. The different factions in the game are the Spaniards, English, Settlers, Patriots, and both Woodland and Prairie Natives. The official site--which can be viewed in either English or German--features sections covering news, frequently asked questions, gameplay information, screenshots, and downloads, plus its own forums.

No Man's Land is currently scheduled for release in Germany in the first half of 2003, although the UK, France, and North America will have to wait until later in the year. Release dates for other territories have not been announced at this time. For more information, check out our previous coverage of the game.

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