Worried that there hasn't been much in the way of WWII air combat titles? Fear not! Publisher/developer Ace Maddox has today announced Flying Tigers: Shadows Over China for release on PC this summer.
The game is based on the secret sorties of America's volunteer squadrons that flew against Japan in the China-Burma-India Theatre of WWII.
Players will be able to get stuck into the historical missions of the era as a result, with Flying Tigers: Shadows Over China offering up the Battle of the Salween Gorge and the Invasion of Malaya, to name just a couple.
Aside from an interesting setting, Flying Tigers is a premium, decidedly non-F2P title that boasts a full single-player campaign and a variety of multiplayer modes for up to 16 plane-straddling friends to take part in.
It also doesn't hurt, that the game lookstoo.
Flying Tigers: Shadows of China will be available as a digital download for Windows PC sometime this summer.
Until then, feel free to wrap your eyes around the debut trailer for the game below.
WWII air combat title, Flying Tigers: Shadows Over China set for release this summer
27 March 2015 | 3 comments | By John Paul Jones
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