Gamescom 2011 - Naval War: Arctic Circle Trailer Makes Headlines
Nations are struggling for control over the world’s oil supply and attention is turning to the widely uncharted Artic for untapped resource deposits - war will soon be upon us.
Paradox Interactive and Turbo Tape Games today unveiled a teaser trailer for their upcoming maritime RTS Naval War: Arctic Circle, a naval strategy title expected to be released in Q2 2012.
Naval War: Arctic Circle will challenge players as they navigate the world’s deadliest ocean vying for dominance and complete control of the arctic seas, strategically controlling naval units above, below and on the surface of the frigid waters. The time has come where global peace has expired and tactical warfare is the only means to secure the treasures of icy depths. Will you be able to reign over the waters in the struggle for the valuable resources in the Arctic?
To take a sneak peek at the bone-chilling action,
watch this never-before-seen teaser trailer:
Featuring advanced weaponry and tactical battles by land and sea, commanders will navigate the icy seas, utilizing strategic offensive strikes and realistic sensory and countermeasure technology to sink their opposition. The time is now to lead your nation to success, or a quick nuclear winter. Choose your strategy and alliances wisely, or you may find yourself sinking in the arctic depths.
Watch the previously released developer interview here:
View the video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7FnGxZFX1P4
Two campaign modes, telling a narrative from Russian and NATO sides
On-line play through LAN as well as over the Internet
Enormous area of game play space, with over 35 million square km of open sea and coast line
Extreme long range guided and self-guided weaponry; if you can detect the enemy, it will be possible to strike
Vertical game play, from orbit aerial units to the bottom of the ocean floor using a seamless zoomable map of the entire North Atlantic Ocean
Detection and evasion focus with realistic sensory measures and countermeasures yielding a strategic game experience based on stealth rather than head on tactical battle
Great detail in unit management with fewer but more powerful units making selection and management more distinguishable and less cluttered with an unparalelled level of individual detail
Realistic weather model, with real world implications for tactical and strategical deployment of resources at hand
Real world units, with all major powers surface, subsurface and aerial units, both contemporarry in service, as well as experimental and on the drawing board
Read more about the game:
Web page: http://www.paradoxplaza.com/games/na...-arctic-circle