Dont Shoot Until You See the Whites of their Eyes in Heroes Over Europe
August 25, 2008
Don’t Shoot Until You See the Whites of their Eyes in ‘Heroes Over Europe’
Atari and Red Mile Entertainment to Bring the New Installment of Hit ‘Heroes’ Flight Combat Series to Xbox 360, PLAYSTATION 3, and Windows PC in 2009
Get ready to scramble! Atari and Red Mile Entertainment are bringing Heroes over Europe, an ultra-realistic seat-of-the-pants tactical flight combat game and the latest in the critically acclaimed Heroes series, to the Xbox 360, PLAYSTATION 3, and Windows PC in 2009.
The sequel to the mighty World War II flight combat game Heroes of the Pacific, Heroes over Europe takes aspiring combat pilots into the bullet-ridden heart of major World War II European air battles in glorious dogfight-friendly high definition. Heroes over Europe follows the Allied campaign from the attacks on London to the destruction of Berlin, with players under orders to strap themselves into the authentically rendered cockpits of the campaign’s iconic aircraft. Their mission: to survive the most intense dogfights ever seen in a flight combat game.
“The Heroes series has brought some of the world’s most exciting air battles in history to gamers all over the world, and Heroes over Europe builds on the series’ impressive legacy with highly detailed realistic visual presentation and an even deeper online experience,” said Cyril Voiron, VP Brand Management Worldwide Publishing, Atari.
“Transmission Games did an incredible job on the first game, Heroes of the Pacific, and this second game in the series is definitely benefiting from that experience,” said Simon Price, President of Red Mile Entertainment. “We are very excited to partner with Atari to bring this stunning title to gamers worldwide.”
Developed by Transmission Games (formerly IR Gurus) in Melbourne, Australia, and powered by an all-new engine, Heroes over Europe is set to raise the bar for flight combat games, with new and unique game modes, and deeper and more comprehensive online gameplay for up to 16 players. Visually, the game takes no prisoners with meticulously rendered environments including faithful recreations of London and Berlin, and ultra-realistic iconic warplanes of the era, all presented in stunning high definition graphics. With additional content available to download from launch, Heroes over Europe is scheduled for release in 2009.
This title is not yet concept approved by Microsoft.