Curve Digital and Infinite State Games have announced that Rogue Aces, the 2D aerial combat, arcade rogue-lite is out now on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and PS Vita. Players must outflank, barrel-roll and dogfight their way through a series of vibrant 2D procedurally generated World War 2 scenarios in a bid to defeat enemy forces.
Players will face an array of challenges in over 100 frenetic scenarios. Missions include freeing prisoners of war, halting enemy parachuters and protecting ally buildings from enemy bombers. The game’s in-depth arcade scoring system encourages multiple playthroughs while Barons, the toughest propeller plane enemies in the game, are staunch in-air adversaries. Rogue Aces also features multiple game modes. In addition to its campaign, six other modes can be unlocked including Veteran Campaign, Bomber Defence and Rogue Ace Mode alongside PlayStation online leaderboards.
Watch the Rogue Aces trailer below:
Rogue Aces asks players to turn the tide of the war as they battle for supremacy across the air, sea and ground over 100 increasingly challenging procedurally generated missions. Using one analogue stick to control the direction of the propeller plane while the other controls the throttle, combat is frantic but graceful, encouraging daring acrobatic manoeuvres. Each plane carries a finite amount of fuel to capture enemy bases and destroy enemy forces making strategic planning, replenishing and repairs a must across its colourful 1940s styled levels.
The first air combat game released on the Nintendo Switch, Rogue Aces is also available on PlayStation 4 and PS Vita for £9.99. Sony platforms are supported with fully functional Cross-Buy and Cross-Save to ensure home and portable play is a super-easy for players across the consoles. An Early Adopter Reward of 20% is also on offer for those that purchase the game on Nintendo Switch in Europe and North America. PlayStation Plus Members in North America and Europe can also take advantage of this offer.
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