NovaLogic has today announced that it is working on a new multiplayer action game titled Joint Operations for the PC. Set in Indonesia in the near future, the game will see players going up against various regional factions in a country on the verge of disintegration.
"Joint Operations is the future of warfare," said Lee Milligan, president of NovaLogic. "It is the synchronized application of land, sea, and air forces for maximum effect. This fall, NovaLogic will bring the 21st-century war-fighting experience to multiplayer game enthusiasts everywhere."
In Joint Operations, players will get to take control of a number of different vehicles, including helicopters, boats, and land-based attack units. The multiplayer game will see up to 64 players doing battle as members of either the Joint Operations Force or the Indonesian Separatists, and it will feature a number of different gameplay modes.
Joint Operations is being developed using NovaLogic's Black Hawk engine and is currently scheduled for release toward the end of this year. It's not yet clear whether the game will be played from a first- or third-person perspective, but we'll bring you more information on Joint Operations as soon as it becomes available.