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Wednesday, 26 September 2007 13:25

Tom Clancy Air Combat announced

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Tom Clancy takes to the skies

 

Ubisoft has announced the development of the new air combat title in the Tom Clancy franchise. It still doesn't have a name but that should change very soon.

The new game is developed by Ubisoft's Bucharest studio and it will show its face sometime in 2008. The game is developed for next gen consoles and PC. The story is set in the near future where "private military force has cumulated such power that it attacks the USA." Ubisoft promises all the action and excitement of modern air combat.

We hope that Ubisoft will make a good impact with the Tom Clancy Air Combat simulation. We will certainly keep an eye on the progress.
 

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