Following the reveal of a teaser trailer for the forthcoming Air Conflicts: Vietnam last week, bitComposer Gamers has offered some brand new details on the gameplay modes set to feature in the forthcoming videogame. Air Conflicts: Vietnam is currently in development at Games Farm and will be released late in 2013.
Air Conflicts: Vietnam offers the popular combination of flight simulation and arcade gameplay. In the course of the videogame, the player controls over twenty accurately simulated fighter jets and helicopters from the Vietnam War era. In certain missions, the player has to leave the pilots seat temporarily to operate the guns and defend against attacks. If several fighter jets take part in a mission, the player can equip and upgrade them individually, as well as control the entire squadron. Air Conflicts: Vietnam offers a variety of missions and a compelling story set against the background of one of the best-known and most controversial wars in modern history.
Air Conflicts: Vietnam promises the opportunity to allow players to immerse themselves in a compelling and emotional story which, alongside heroic moments, reveals the darker side of war. Experience the Vietnam War, one of the most explosive and violent wars of all time, up close. Witness the experiences of a brave U.S. Air Force pilot and immerse yourself ever deeper in the story thanks to the dramatic musical score.
In addition to fighter jet missions, there are also new, special helicopter missions to complete. Take control of entire squadrons and equip your airplanes and helicopters with realistic weapons. Every airplane can only be loaded with a limited amount of ammunition. However, you can compensate for this by switching between different airplanes in your squadron.
Air Conflicts: Vietnam will feature both single-player and multi-player gameplay modes, with over twenty different aeroplanes and helicopters from U.S. and Russia. Electronic Theatre will keep you updated with all the latest details on Air Conflicts: Vietnam as it approaches release on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Linux, Mac OS and Windows PC later this year.