You've seen the screenshots. You've read the details. You've even seen the teaser trailer. But now, for the first time ever, Codemasters is giving us a sneak glimpse of gameplay from its forthcoming title Turning Point: Fall of Liberty. (Say all that out loud in a gravelly movie trailer overdub voice for effect).
The new trailer, which runs for around a minute, can be seen in our video player and reveals first-person shooter action in the main, ending with German bomber planes blowing up the Statue of Liberty.
New screenshots have additionally been released, and you can clap eyes on those right here, too.
Set in the early 1950s, Turning Point spins an alternate-reality yarn where the Nazis were triumphant in Europe in World War II and have launched an assault on the US. You play New York City construction worker Dan Carson, who turns reluctant freedom fighter in order to survive the invasion and fight back against the Nazi war machine.
"Always outmanned and outgunned, players must use guerrilla tactics and hand to hand grappling combat as they attempt to stop the world's most notorious war machine", Codemasters explains.
Turning Point's in development at Spark Unlimited and is out on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 in early 2008 (it's slipped slightly as it was originally a winter 2007 release).