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Angry Birds 2 shots spied on web?

German TV shows Valentine's version too

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Shots of what may be one of the year's most eagerly awaited sequels, Angry Birds 2, have appeared on German telly.

A Valentine's Day update to the original is coming next month too.

Deutsche Welle last week posted a feature piece on Angry Birds - winner of the Reg Hardware Readers' Awards Mobile Game of the Year - developer Rovio. Imbedded in between the interviews are a quartet of shots that seem considerably more detailed than the current release.

Angry Birds
Angry Birds
Angry Birds
Angry Birds

The voiceover refers to "new versions of their game", and goes on to reference a "pink" release clearly intended to tie in to Valentine's Day.

The shots may well be part of that release, or they could simply be concept art - particularly since the feature the same 'castle'.

Here's the Deutsche Welle report, courtesy of YouTube:

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