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sabato 6 luglio 2013

Rise of Flight sconti estivi

Sul sito di Rise of Flight ci sono offerte estive anche del 50% dal 3 Luglio fino all' 8 sui prodotti della serie:

Dear Pilots,

2013 has brought us both excitement and tons of hard work on so many fronts. Earlier this year we celebrated the 4th birthday of Rise of Flight - a significant age for a game and an important date for us as developers. Before that, in March a whole new Channel map was released to expand gameplay options and bring a bigger WWI aviation experience to our beloved fans. And we continue to squash bugs, build more airplanes, work on special projects and of course work on our WWII title Battle of Stalingrad. Now we're preparing to launch ROF on Steam and we consider this as another valuable milestone of product's lifetime. But before ROF is launched on Steam we can't forget about all of our current users who have brought us this far so we'd like to have a small celebration - a massive summer sale!

Everything is on sale! You'll find Aircraft, Weapon Mods, Field Mods, St. Mihiel Campaign, Personal Pilot Packs and even the Channel Map are all on sale for approx. 50% off their original price. The sale runs July 3rd through July 8th. Be sure to take advantage of this chance to fill up your collection with the items you always wanted at a cheaper price. The Big summer sale starts now!

martedì 11 dicembre 2012

Annunciato IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad

Word comes through from 1C that the Russian publisher is teaming up with 777 Studios, creators of the Rise of Flight series, to form 1C Game Studios. This new developer’s first project will be IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad, the next game in the highly regarded (well, except for Cliffs of Dover) series of World War 2 flight sims.

The game will focus on the Eastern Front between 1942 and 1943. According to 1C, “the battle of Stalingrad was an important turning point for both the Soviet and German armies in WWII, with the air war playing an important role in the outcome.”

The announcement promises both single and multiplayer scenarios, and teases “brand new gameplay modes.” The team are prepping for take-off in early-2014.

The company also makes excited promises about what flight sim fans can expect from the new studio. “This partnership is also a turning point for the combat flight simulation genre that will streamline development of flight-simulation products and allow collaboration between former competitors.” Which actually sounds rather sinister.

Certainly both IL-2 and the WW1 focused Rise of Flight have been well-received critically, and having the two studios reaffirming their commitment to the genre can only be a good thing. And Rise of Flight fans should have no fear of being grounded. 777′s head, Jason Williams, has promised the team will also be producing additional content for the title.