Heroes in the Sky launches
GamesCampus’ flight simulator MMO, Heroes in the Sky, has officially launched. The launch includes new content not seen before in beta, including new maps, new planes, and a new level cap of 49. Special bundle packs are also being released for this month only to help players get a head start.
Heroes in the Sky combines the thrills of a third-person shooter with a flight simulator, all in a World War II era with customizable historical planes. The game supports up to 16 players in multi-player PvP modes, as well as PvE missions based on World War II. For more about the game, visit our Heroes in the Sky page.
Heroes in the Sky Gameplay Screenshot
GAMESCAMPUS’ HEROES IN THE SKY OFFICIALLY LAUNCHES
Highly Anticipated Online WWII Flight Combat Simulator Launches September 16th With All New Content
Sunnyvale, Calif. (September 15, 2010) – Leading online game publisher, GamesCampus.com (www.GamesCampus.com), today announced Heroes in the Sky will launch, September 15th, 2010. The official launch for the highly-anticipated MMOTPS, (Massively Multiplayer Online Third Person Shooter) WWII flight combat simulator will feature all new content including new maps, planes, a new level cap and much more. Players are invited to take flight and download the game for free at http://HIS.GamesCampus.com
The much anticipated aerial combat game – which features hundreds of thrilling war planes flying high above the battlefields of WWII – will launch with a variety of new features and content. All-new additions include a new level cap that will allow players a newfound access to better planes and gear by extending the level cap to 49 and all-new maps that will challenge players to bring their A-game as they prepare for conflict over the Pacific between the United States and the Empire of Japan.
New premium planes such as the ramjet-powered fighter Skoda Kauba SK P.14.01 and the Japanese Mitsubishi J4M1 Senden which has a four-blade propeller that moves it at 437 miles per hour will also be introduced. These masters of the sky will be available to both the Allied and Axis in celebration of the official launch, but only for a limited time this month in the game’s Premium Shop.
In addition, new bundle packs; Upgrade, Expansion and Occupational War -will be available at low prices to allow players to get to the top of their game with the least impact to their wallet! Finally, players wishing they could extend their items without the need to run back to the shop are in luck because players can now easily extend their items once they’ve learned their items have expired!
“Jumping into the cockpit to re-live some of the greatest aerial battles in history is something every flight sim fan looks forward to,” said Uyen Uyen Ton Nu, head of Marketing for GamesCampus. “With the help of our burgeoning online community which provided invaluable feedback during our open beta, and the slew of new features in the game, we have intensified the super-charged gameplay experience of Heroes in the Sky.”
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.
Articles You May Enjoy
- Rocket League Review (PC Launch)
- Rocket League is a Sports-Action game available for both PC and PS4 with supported crossplay. Players control rocket-powered vehicles to play.
- Guild Wars 2: All-New “Living World Atlas” Now Available
- NCSOFT and ArenaNet has just launched an online experience site and a new video to set the stage for a “final battle” to retake Lion’s A...
- Requiem Olympic Events to Continue This Weekend
- Gravity Interactive has reminded players that the Olympic events for Requiem will continue this weekend, starting on Saturday, August 18.