1C Game Studios has announced the long-awaited Sopwith Triplane for Flying Circus – Vol. II is now available.
The Sopwith Triplane is the final aircraft planned for Flying Circus – Vol. II and brings the plane set to a total of ten. Combined with Flying Circus - Vol.I, there are twenty World War One aircraft in the Great Battles series.
Flying Circus - Volume II is part of the IL-2 Great Battles series and can be used both as a standalone product and with other games in the series – Flying Circus: Volume I, Battle for Stalingrad, Battle for Moscow, Battle of Kuban and Operation Bodenplatte. Combined, they form a single combat flight simulator for World War One and Two.
Flying Circus - Volume II Features
- Large Western Front map (120,00km2) with cities, towns, airfields, factories, bridges, farms and the treacherous 'No Man's Land'
- Ten aircraft of the era - Spad 7.C1, Airco DH.4, Sopwith Triplane, Nieuport 28.C1, Breguet 14.B2, Handley Page 0-400, DFW C.V., Fokker D.VIII, Gotha G.V., Pfalz D.XII
- Aircraft models include field and weapon modifications from the era.
- Numerous types of buildings, hangars, ground vehicles and scenery objects enhance the mission environment
- Detailed and precise exterior models of aircraft with 4K skins
- Play online as an observer/gunner or offline in a single-player mode
- Custom skins support
- Pilot Career Mode
- Quick Mission Builder
- Two multiplayer modes - Cooperative and Dogfight
- Realistic ballistics modelling.
- Realistic gun and bombsight, including the famous Aldis sight
- Detailed physics model and aircraft performance
- Detailed damage model to simulate damage to planes made of lighter materials.