As our recent revealed, with its manly mix of violence and betting, developer Kylotton's first-person shooter is quite an alluring prospect and should be a real blast if it measures up to its potential.
Besides a selection of new screenshots to browse (which you can find on the right), Digital Jesters has also revealed that Bet On Soldier will use Ageia's NovodeX physics engine - technology that Epic exploits with its Unreal Engine 3 and that is currently being used in the development of next-gen titles.
The more we hear about Bet On Soldier, the more promising it sounds. We'll certainly be putting this game through its paces when we get the opportunity - you can bet on that.
Bet On Soldier will be released for PC in August