E3 2014: Spec-Ops Developers Go Back To Their Roots With The Stunning Dreadnought
Spec-Ops: The Line was a surprising title. The shooting and cover mechanics may have been a touch behind the times, but the way Yager crafted a narrative that was deep and thought provoking makes the military shooter a game most gamers should pick up eventually. But what exactly comes next?
Big militarized airplanes, that’s what. Introducing Dreadnought, a new aerial combat fighter from Spec Ops (and the recently announced Dead Island 2) developers Yager, who actually began their career doing just this.
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Yager is at home with sci-fi flight fighters, with their very first title being just that on the original Xbox and PC. Right now Dreadnought is a PC exclusive title that will release sometime in 2015, but already Yager have my attention. They’re claiming that you’ll have control of every aspect of your ships, ranging from the weapons it uses and down to each individual crew member.
There aren’t many details regarding gameplay yet, but you’re welcome to check out a German preview of the title below, which features a little bit of gameplay here and there. Otherwise be sure to check out the reveal trailer above, and try stop your drool hitting your keyboard.