Heroes in the Sky launches new winter update
Players of Heroes in the Sky will be treated today to a new major update: Might of the Luftwaffe.
The update introduces two new raids – Conspiracy Within the Iceberg and Chase of the Frozen Sea. A new racing mode lets players test their plane’s speeds against others in the Canyon map, while a new free mercenary plane tree is available. The game now also supports resolutions up to 1377×768.
Heroes in the Sky is published by Games Campus, which also publishes Scarlet Legacy and Shot Online.
Heroes in the Sky Gameplay Screenshot
RING IN THE NEW YEAR EARLY WITH THE LAUNCH OF HEROES IN THE SKY: MIGHT OF THE LUFTWAFFE
No Need To Wait For A Present Under The Tree, GameCampus’ Popular Online WWII Flight Combat Simulator Launches First Major Update Of The Season Today
Sunnyvale, Calif. (December 21, 2011) – Leading online game publisher, GamesCampus.com (www.GamesCampus.com), today announced that its latest update for popular MMOTPS WWII flight combat simulator, Heroes in the Sky, Might of the Luftwaffe, is now live. This new update brings big changes to the game including new raids, modes and resolutions (the visual kind, not the New Year’s promise kind!) and much more. Players can take to the air starting today to check out all the new content for free at http://HIS.GamesCampus.com
This latest update delivers four big changes for the pilot in all of us:
Two New Raids – Adventure and intrigue are ready to greet players with two all-new raids: the “Conspiracy Within the Iceberg” brings players back to the ongoing story of the SILF, a shadowy organization of Super Nazi’s that threaten to conquer the world! Or, explore the North Sea and uncover the latest diabolical plot in “Chase of the Frozen Sea” where it’s up to players to defeat the great new weapon of the SILF.
Racing Mode – Gentlemen start your engines! Players can now race their friends and enemies through the deadly twists and turns across the Canyon Map and prove to everyone, once and for all, they are the greatest pilot to ever take flight!
New Resolutions – Players can now enjoy Heroes in the Sky like never before with resolutions up to 1377 by 768! Pilots can see more of the field and feel more of the battle as the skies open up before them. Never before has it been easier to spot a target and bring the pain!
Mercenary Plane Tree – Take a spin down the all new mercenary tree! All the convenience of premium planes in a friendly free package!
“This is an exciting update for us because it brings a lot of great changes that players can really utilize and enjoy in a game they already love,” said Uyen Uyen Ton Nu, head of Marketing for GamesCampus. “So, as players get ready to settle in for some much needed gaming time this Holiday season they can take to the skies and experience some great new features as we all get ready to make the leap into 2012!”
Heroes in the Sky is an intense airborne MMOTPS that combines high impact PVE and fast paced PVP as it chronicles the events from the beginning to the end of World War II. PVP combat is taken to a new level as players must not only worry about the basic dangers from the front, behind, and sides, but also from above and below. Heroes in the Sky is dog fighting at its finest; cannon fires, machine gun blasts, missiles, and bombs flood the skies as up to 16 players shoot it out for air superiority! Featuring some of the most famous WWII aircraft in history, players will soar across the sky as they bomb cities, sink boats, burst blimps and more– all this and more unfolds as players compete to become the top Ace in Heroes in the Sky. Players will choose from a variety of intense and realistic planes including both experimental and field tested all while reliving history and participating in intense aerial combat.
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