Air Missions: HIND Greenlight for 2016

3DIVISION has just announced Air Missions: Hind has been green lit for PC and Xbox One. An independent game development company based in Slovakia, 3DIVISION mainly produce arcade flying games, such as their last game- Air Conflicts: Pacific Carriers, produced in 2012. This time they’re back with a new game and yes you guessed it, it’s an arcade helicopter combat simulator. AIR MISSIONS: HIND is based on the Russian Mi-24 Hind assault helicopter, also known as the “Flying Tank”. This helicopter can carry a range of devastating weaponry such as UPK 23 machine guns, GUV gunpods, and FAB bombs, to a variety of guided and unguided self-propelled munitions, all designed to obliterate its target. It’s living up to its name with all that firepower under its belt.

So far there’s not much information surrounding this game but 3DIVISION have stated that there is the ability  to ‘tear up the sky in a variety of single- and multiplayer modes.’ Exact release date is unknown but release has been planned for the first half of 2016.

If helicopter fighting games are your thing, then this could be the game for you.

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Andrew 'Bowsey' Bowes

Evening all, I'm Andrew, I've been gaming since I was old enough to hold a controller. Currently Xbox one and pc gamer, I prefer the massive open world games and small indie type games, but I can always be found playing something or another every day. Got Xbox live, deathrock2010, add me

One thought on “Air Missions: HIND Greenlight for 2016

  • 11/11/2015 at 2:38 pm

    Oh my god this is so informative. Thanks for this wonderful write up. Can’t wait to read more of your reviews xD

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