Exclusive Tom Clancy’s HAWX Screens

Tom Clancy’s High Altitude Warefare X is a new flight sim that will be released in the Fall of 2008. It will be released on PS3, PC and Xbox360. Now I’m not one to jump into a virtual flight simulator (air sickness and fear of flying MIGHT have something to do with it) however, these screens would help cure those ailments by putting me in the flyer seat. There’s nothing more appealing than flying over historic landmarks, and some of the screens do resemble such spots. I, for instance, would fly over the Sphinx, Big Ben and Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch.

“Look over there kids, Big Ben”

“Key Features of Tom Clancy’s HAWX:

• ENHANCED REALITY SYSTEM (E.R.S.) – E.R.S. is in-game technology that helps turn novice aviators into elite pilots of the future. The Enhanced Reality System is the backbone of the HAWX flight experience: radars and incoming missile detection, anti-crash system, damage control system, tactical map and information relay, and weapons trajectory control. E.R.S. also allows players to issue orders to their squadron, making this system as iconic to HAWX as the Cross-Com system is to Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter!

• ASSISTANCE MODE – Players can ease into their flight missions and gain a level of comfort with the use of the assistance mode. Once employed, players can take full advantage of their technological support through the E.R.S and gain maximum piloting security. If the situation calls for the player to unleash the full potential of the aircraft, the assistance mode can be switched off and all safety features will be deactivated. This comes with increased risks, but allows the player advanced dogfighting maneuvers and stunning third-person views.

• REVOLUTIONARY MULTIPLAYER – For the first time ever in the air-combat genre, players will be able to experience the entire solo campaign in four-player JUMP IN co-op mode. In PVP mode, players can challenge up to 15 friends in intense dogfighting sessions and find out who’s the top gun. Winning players are rewarded with experience points and money to unlock more weapons.

• REALISM AND AUTHENTICITY – Players have the opportunity to take the throttle of over 50 of the world’s famous aircrafts, as well as being able to dogfight over realistic modern landscapes that have endured years of post-war trauma.

For more information on Tom Clancy’s HAWX, please visit www.hawxgame.com

Where would you fly over?
Great Wall of China
Grand Canyon
The Colosseum
Great Pyramid of Giza
Machu Picchu (cause I like saying it)

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Readers Comments (1)

  1. Not much into flight simulator games, nor anyone in my family… but may give it a try after reading about it.

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