Comanche Helicopter Shooter Announced At Gamescom 2019 (VIDEO)
Having established itself as a classic helicopter sim series throught the 90s, Comanche is now on it’s way back to prominence as recently revealed by THQ Nordic. As part of the ongoing Gamescom 2019 festivities, an all new Comanche game was officially announced the debut happening alongside a brief look at gameplay.
Based on the trailer seen below, the new Comanche looks to be going in a more action-based direction compared to its realistic simulation roots; promising high-intensity dogfights against drones as well as with other fellow pilots in close-quarters multiplayer. The gameplay shown off does appear to be pretty spectacular, the footage depicting no shortage of strategic maneuvering and explosive battling in store for the military-based shooter. Check out the trailer below alongside an official game description.
Critical security breach reported. Loss of classified military documents confirmed: The Blueprints for the advanced reconnaissance and attack helicopter RAH-66 Comanche have been leaked. The activity of a whistleblower is most likely. As a reaction, SACEUR has authorized THQ Nordic and Nukklear to continue with the production of “Comanche” as fast as possible to counter any possible threat.”
Comanche has no release date as of yet, but the game is set to begin an Early Access period on Steam starting “early 2020.”
What do you think? Are you excited about the return of the Comanche from back in the day, or would you have liked a more realistic depiction of helicopter warfare? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter and Facebook to be informed of the latest gaming and entertainment news 24 hours a day! For more Gamescom 2019 headlines recently featured on DFTG, check out these next few news stories:
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