Eidos Announces Battlestations: Pacific

Posted: Feb 29 2008, 11:10am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:32am CDT, in News | Gaming

 
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Eidos announced a new title in the Battlestations franchise today called Battlestations: Pacific. The game is set in WWII and takes players into combat and strategic warfare with two different single player campaigns.

Players can chose to play as American or Japanese forces. The American game picks up where Battlestations: Midway left off and takes the fight from Midway to Okinawa. In the Japanese game players start at Pearl Harbor and try to take over the pacific.

The single player game features over 28 missions and includes 21 new units, including kamikaze and other WWII jets and units. Players can also take over direct control of fighters. The game will also feature new online multiplayer modes. Battlestations: Pacific will be available for Xbox 360 and Windows computers.

Via Eidos

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