The demo comes with two maps: The first map of the single-player game, in which players choose to become a knight or a mage, and a multiplayer map that allows gamers to choose between four available classes and go through a training mode or challenge other players in Deathmatch or Blitz games.
Ubisoft has also launched the official Dark Messiah of Might and Magic: Elements website, which will provide up-to-date information on the upcoming Xbox 360 version of the hit PC action game. Visitors to the site can find details about the game's story, key gameplay features and other assets.
Launched in October 2006 for the PC, Dark Messiah of Might and Magic featured first-person melee, magic and stealth action in a luxuriously-rendered fantasy world. Critical reception of the game varied wildly, with some review sites giving the game high praise for its intense and focused action and highly-detailed settings, while others leveled heavy criticism at the game's various technical glitches and lack of role-playing depth. The Xbox edition of the game will offer an expanded single-player campaign, updates to the multiplayer mode and various bug fixes and enhancements.
Dark Messiah of Might and Magic: Elements is set to launch on January 10, 2008. More information is available at www.darkmessiahelements.com.