Air Conflicts: Secret Wars Coming to Xbox 360, PC and PS3 in May

By Tina Chubb - Mar 18, 2011

We have a little bit of a treat now for those of you that enjoy playing arcade flight simulation games, as Koch has recently announced that its upcoming Air Conflicts: Secret Wars game will be coming to the Xbox 360, PC and PlayStation 3 sometime in May.

According to a recent article by John2 over at, the Air Conflicts: Secret Wars game – which is set in a World War I and World War II scenario – has a total of seven campaigns and during these campaigns, the player has to fly and fight their way through 48 missions.

Before they take off however, they can choose between a variety of aircrafts, all with different strengths and weaknesses. Players will be faced with various objectives during the missions, including hit & run, sneaking, patrolling, escorting and even bombing.

Players will even have the opportunity to upgrade one of their skills after some of the missions, which means they may be able to maneuver their planes a little easier, boost their wingman or have more endurance. The game also features several multiplayer modes, for those that enjoy playing online.

The Air Conflicts: Secret Wars game offers players a choice of two control schemes: arcade and simulation. Arcade makes the game easier to control, while the simulation control scheme provides players with a few more options for controlling the aircraft.

Do you like the sound of the Air Conflicts: Secret Wars game?

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