Brink Launch Trailer

With Brink releasing tomorrow in North America, we’ve just released the game’s official launch trailer.

For those looking to play the game at the strike of midnight, call your local retailer to see if they have a midnight opening. And if you’re playing on Steam and Direct2Drive, you’ll be able to unlock the PC game at midnight EST.

Reader Comments

  1. this looks amazing pre-loaded the game on steam two days ago kinda glad i work all day so when i get home i can play!

  2. best trailer yet! nice to see more SMART stuff in action.

    sadly, my GameStop won’t be doing a midnight release – but i have too much to do this week, anyway. can’t always take time off like i did for New Vegas!

  3. looks too cartoonist for my tastes. I’ll se what the reviews say and maybe wait till it hits the bargain bin

  4. I hope “Brink it on” doesnt catch on as a phrase. ¬_¬

    I like the time laspe model (like) shot at the start. It’s also good to see it’s not being Americanized.

  5. @Sabre

    “Brink it on” is a term officially used by Bethesda, and it’s not “Americanized” because it’s a London UK game.

  6. I want the game so bad, but i dont know if i should buy it…cause…well.

    PSN IS %$%$#KING DOWN!!!!

  7. Cannot wait for the UK release been following Brink for ages now and its finally time for its release! This is my game of the year, decade, possibly ever congrats on the amazing game guys!!

  8. Viva la resistance :D I’m so HAPPY that i pre-ordered this ultra-mega awesome game! Glad that they’re showing a bit more of the SMART system :)

  9. UK game and still its released US first.. whats up with that anyways.. especially because its also steam based download.. why why do i have to wait till the 13th… :(

  10. Wow…that was some poor voice acting…sorry, someone had to say it. Maybe they were trying to make a joke, but it wasn’t funny. Anyway, here’s hoping the money they saved in the voice department translates to good gameplay. Although the character animations weren’t very fluid in this trailer, which does concern me. The importance of character animations is so under-appreciated these days…