IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad Summary
IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad takes to the skies in September 2014, with an open beta planned this Summer
1C Game Studios' WWII flight simulator IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad will be released in September 2014, the developer has announced in a press release sent to Strategy Informer today. The developers are also planning an open beta for this Summer.
Taking place in the dangerous skies above the famous battle on the Eastern Front, Battle of Stalingrad will be an "accurate and detailed reconstruction" of one of the critical periods in the Second World War.
We like 1C. They remind me of German-based Kalypso media in many ways, just more Russian. They don’t always make good games, but they try and they have one or two franchises that are actually pretty good. They also seem to own Russia, as far as games publishing is concerned. I’m wondering if there are mafia connections or something. Now all we need is for Wargaming and 1C to get into a big gangster war, and then Michael Bay to make the film. Here’s a rundown of what we saw at the show...
1C Game Studios has announced that their long-awaited flight sim IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad is now available for pre-order. The game is due to be released in the Spring of 2014, and will reportedly feature the highest level of physics modeling, damage modeling and aerodynamics seen in the long-running series.
1C Company announced today that it has partnered with 777 Studios to develop IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad, a sequel to WWII combat flight simulator IL-2 Sturmovik.
"1C is proud to take the next step in flight-simulation history with 777 Studios, a company and team that has grown to be one of the best flight-simulation developers in the world and has proven that their attention to detail and product quality speaks volumes about their talent and dedication," said Nikolay Baryshnikov, VP of 1C Company. "We look forward to bringing a new era of development and spirit of enjoyment to the combat flight-simulation community together."