Today, we have launched the official website for upcoming video game The X Factor. The game, co-produced by Deep Silver and FremantleMedia Enterprises (FME), will appear in several countries and is based on the hit talent show The X Factor.
Starting immediately, visitors will find all kinds of information about the game in five languages at xfactor.deepsilver.co.uk. The website also offers the first video from The X Factor, as well as stylish wallpapers for download. Furthermore, fans can share their thoughts in the forum and follow game-related news via social networks such as Facebook or Twitter.
The X Factor will capture the excitement and entertainment of the TV show, including auditions, boot camp, appearances in judges' houses, and live shows. Besides the Career mode, The X Factor also offers a Party mode with four different varieties of gameplay.
Aspiring console pop stars will be able to perform 28 new and classic hit pop songs from famous artists including U2, Lady Gaga, Pixie Lott, Stanfour and more. Players can also unlock achievements and unique items in order to modify their characters in the course of the game.
The The X Factor game is due to be released on October 29, 2010 for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft®, Wii™, and PlayStation®3.
For additional information, please visit the official website at xfactor.deepsilver.co.uk.
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