Heroes In the Sky Launches Today

By Alix Minjarez

September 15, 2010

Three months after it’s beta tests, Heroes In the Sky is now ready for it’s official launch today. Along with the launch of this World War II MMOTPS/flight-sim comes a variety of new content, ranging from new maps, weapons, planes and a higher level cap.

With the launch the level cap will be extended to 49, with new maps to traverse. New planes like the Skoda Kauba SK P.14.01 and the Mitsubishi J4M1 Senden will laso be added to the game. But, while these game are available at launch, they will only be available for a limited time in the Premium Shop. Along with with level cap, maps and planes, new bundle packs will be available also. Packs such as Upgrade, Expansion and Occupational War will be available for people to buy at cheap costs. One other new feature will be the ability to extend any expired tems you have in your inventory and want to keep.

Uyen Uyen Ton Nu, the head of Marketing at GamesCampus has said about the game,

“Jumping into the cockpit to re-live some of the greatest aerial battles in history is something every flight sim fan looks forward to…With the help of our burgeoning online community which provided invaluable feedback during our open beta, and the slew of new features in the game, we have intensified the super-charged gameplay experience of Heroes in the Sky.”

If you would like to play the game, visit http://his.gamescampus.com/.

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Alix Minjarez

Being a gamer since the age of 6 (thanks to my parents), a desire to pursue a career in the gaming industry has been my passion ever since I laid my hands on Sonic the Hedgehog. Some of my favorite games include Shadow of the Colossus, Okami, Duke Nukem 3D, Final Fantasy 6, Killer7 and both the Devil May Cry and Resident Evil series.

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