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First look: Fair Strike

Buka Entertainment released the first information on its upcoming helicopter combat simulation for the PC. First screens inside.


Moscow-based Buka Entertainment has today released the first information on Fair Strike, a combat helicopter simulation game in which players will go up against terrorist organizations as part of a united multinational force in the near future. The game will be very action-oriented, and throughout the majority of its 38 missions, the primary goal for players will be to destroy terrorists and their bases while protecting innocent civilians.

A total of six different helicopters will be available to players in the game, including the AH-64A Apache, the RAH-66 Comanche, the PAH-2 Tiger, the Ka-50 Hokum, the Ka-52 Alligator, and the Ka-58 Black Ghost--a futuristic concept chopper. While flying on missions, players will have some degree of control over up to three wingmen, and, should it be necessary, players will also get support from warships and land forces.

Fair Strike's controls will be scalable so flight sim fans can enjoy a very realistic simulation style of game, while players more interested in action can employ a much less complicated setup. In addition to the single-player campaign, Fair Strike will feature multiplayer support for deathmatch and team-based modes. The game will also allow players to personalize their choppers with custom skins.

Fair Strike is currently scheduled for release in Europe in the fourth quarter of this year, but no North American release has been confirmed at this time. We'll bring you more information on the game as soon as it becomes available.

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