Air Conflicts: Secret Wars has been released on the Xbox 360 and PC and we have all the information.
Here’s the full press release:
“Ridgewood, NJ, September 27, 2011 – Kalypso Media USA, Inc. is pleased to announce that Air Conflicts: Secret Wars has shipped to retail for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and Windows PC in North America. Air Conflicts: Secret Wars drops players into the cockpits of some of the most exciting aircraft of both World Wars, leading them through a challenging single-player campaign spanning epic battles. Three multiplayer modes, available on both platforms, allow players to challenge friends and foes alike in fierce aerial battles.
Air Conflicts: Secret Wars– is an arcade flight game with battles spanning both World Wars, featuring seven campaigns and 49 missions that engage players in white-knuckle air battles and secret missions across Europe and North Africa. An impressive selection of famous aircraft of the era is available to the player, each showcasing specific strengths and weaknesses in the battle for air supremacy.
Air Conflicts: Secret Wars– challenges players with an exciting mix of mission types, including—patrolling, sneaking/stealth, hit & run, bombing and escort objectives. Mission objectives are presented in an animated, graphic-novel style format as cockpit chatter keeps the game lively and fun. An upgrade system lets players tune their skills while also boosting their wingman’s skills. Casual pilots and veteran simulation fan will appreciate the game’s dual control schemes- either arcade, for simpler, faster control, or simulation mode, for more fine-tuned and realistic control.”
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