Flight combat action game Warplanes: WW2 Dogfight is soaring onto Nintendo Switch on 21st February, it has been confirmed.
The game has you taking the controls of a warplane and jumping into the battlefields of World War 2. With campaigns for Great Britain, USSR, and Germany all featured, you will assume the role of a pilot and squadron leader of an elite air force unit set up to undertake dangerous and strategic missions.
You can take control of more than 30 historical airplanes, from classic fighters to light and heavy bombers, all of which can be flown, repainted, customised and upgraded. There are a variety of missions available in each of the campaigns – where you’ll experience deadly encounters with enemy fighters, protect ground structures from bombers, fight over the sea to weaken enemy navy, and pilot bombers to destroy strategic targets – with settings based on the landscapes of Europe, Africa, and Asia.
Check out the feature list below for more info:
– Enjoy the easy-to-learn gameplay: engage in air combat with intuitive controls and user-friendly flight mechanics.
– Choose between over 30 historical planes: pick from classic fighters to light and heavy bombers, including the Spitfire, Hurricane, Lancaster, II-2 “Shturmovik”, La-5FN, Ju-87 “Stuka”, Fw 200 “Condor”, and a Switch exclusive – the Curtiss P-40 Warhawk. These are just some of the many beautiful machines you can fly, repaint, customize and upgrade.
– Manage your base: buy planes, recruit and train pilots, and keep building additional structures.
– Admire the precise graphic design: detailed 3D models with awesome special effects.
– English, Russian, and German radio chatter: fly into the atmosphere of a World War 2 dogfight.
– HD Rumble support: be maximally precise when navigating your warplane, thanks to HD Rumble integration.
– Experience flying with motion control: feel like you are really in the game.
Warplanes: WW2 Dogfight is heading to Nintendo Switch on 21st February, priced at $9.99 / €9.99.
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