Splash Damage and id have released the promised PC demo of Enemy Territory: Quake Wars. It weighs in at just over 700MB.
So says the Quake Wars community website, the demo "comes with the final version of Valley, one of the larger battlegrounds in the game. Set in Yosemite, California, Valley has the Global Defense Force on the attack, as they attempt to foil a Strogg contamination plot centering on a water treatment facility.
"Valley features a great blend of close quarters infantry action, vehicle battles and aircraft dogfights, and the varied terrain combining mountains, waterways, tunnels and industrial structures allows for many different playing styles. To top it all off, there's a multitude of optional side missions and plenty of opportunities to try out the various defense turrets, artillery and radar deployables - Valley is a prime example of the frantic and diverse action you'll find in Enemy Territory: Quake Wars."
Also, be aware of this: "Important note for ATI users: You must download and install the latest Catalyst drivers (7.9 or later) in order to be able to run the Enemy Territory: Quake Wars demo. The next revision of the ATI drivers is going to include the hotfix."
Download mirrors are listed here on the Quake Wars community website.