First To Fight Targets Co-opClose Combat: First to Fight, a first-person shooter so close to the real thing - in this case modern-day warfare at squad level - that you'll probably find your entrails slipping onto the floor when a bullet rips into your virtual gut. Well, actually, we certainly hope not, although with Destineer Studios' game to double-up as a training sim for the US military, expect realism to the fore - or as close as it can get in a virtual realisation of reality. CC: First to Fight publisher Global Star Software has recently revealed that co-op multiplayer is to feature in Close Combat: First to Fight allowing groups of players to join forces and fight their way through the single-player campaign - via online and LAN on PC, and via split screen or Xbox Live on Xbox. Team-based Deathmatch is also to be present out of the box. Brief hints are dropped about additional multiplayer modes, although the only other titbit of info to slip from the lips of Global Star Software is word on an advanced multiplayer option "where your entire team has a 'life pool' that limits the total number of respawns."