Sonalysts today released the first information on its upcoming naval combat simulation game, Dangerous Waters, which was first announced back in July last year. Currently scheduled for release in the second quarter of this year, the game will allow players to take control of seven of the world's deadliest air, surface, and subsurface naval platforms. The platforms confirmed for inclusion in the game at this time are as follows:
Oliver Hazard Perry - Guided-missile frigate
MH-60R Seahawk - Antisubmarine helicopter
P-3C Orion - Maritime patrol aircraft
Kilo class 636/877 - Diesel attack submarine
Seawolf class SSN - Nuclear attack submarine
Akula I/II class SSN - Nuclear attack submarine
688(I) class SSN - Nuclear attack submarine
Dangerous Waters will feature two distinct campaigns, and as players progress through the game, their actions and decisions will have a profound effect on subsequent missions. All of the platforms in the game will be accurately modeled, and the inclusion of dynamic mission goals and changing rules of engagement will ensure that the campaigns never play the same way twice.
We'll bring you more information on Dangerous Waters as soon as it becomes available. In the meantime, you might be interested to take a look at the game's official Web site.