Tom Clancy's HAWX depicts air war in the year 2012. It continues the storyline from Ubisoft's Tom Clancy series.
Key features are assistance mode, where fliers can start at a low grade of difficulty and advance as they feel comfortable with play and jump-in co-op mode where four players can play the entire solo campaign.
More than 50 famous aircraft and realistic modern landscapes are included. The game arrives this march for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC.
Realistic ground textures and realistic environments.
With more than 16 international locations in the game, every mission will have players flying and battling over GeoEye-provided satellite imagery in a three-dimensional environment. Geoeye, who provide satellite, aerial and geospatial information, has provided high-resolution images taken from its commercial Earth-imaging IKONOS satellite for integration into Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.X
The H.A.W.X development team is working closely with specialists at GeoEye to integrate realistic satellite images for every location throughout the game, including Rio de Janeiro, Cape Canaveral and the Middle East.
We've got high hopes for the first ever aerial game from the Tom Clancy series, and judging by these images, it looks like we'rve got good reason to be excited.
"High-resolution satellite imaging is moving from the black world of intelligence to the white world of commerce and Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X will bring that reality to gamers," said Mark Brender, vice president, corporate communications and marketing at GeoEye. "With video game graphics becoming more realistic, the use of high-quality photographic ground textures in H.A.W.X adds true photo-realism to the air combat experience."
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