WAR WINGS Reveals More Planes

WAR WINGS Reveals More Planes

Hit mobile WWII dogfighting game reveals aircraft details

LONDON – Jan. 10, 2017 – More airplane models and details have been released today for War Wings, the hit mobile World War II Air Combat game that is currently available in most European countries and coming to North America, UK, and Russia in early 2017.

Over 70 aircraft are available for players to fly in War Wings. Planes can be further researched and upgraded to improve their Speed, Maneuverability, Firepower, Survivability, and Ground Attack capabilities. Some representative planes from the game include:

WAR WINGS Reveals More Planes

Messerschmitt Bf109B (Germany)
The first of the 109-series monoplanes to be put into combat, the Bf109B has a Jumo 210 engine with an early Futaba propeller. It is equipped with two 7.92mm MG17 machine guns.

WAR WINGS Reveals More Planes

Supermarine Spitfire Mk.I (Great Britain)
Considered one of Europe’s best piston fighters during World War II, the Spitfire’s design was completed in 1937. Its multiple design configurations included fighter, fighter-bomber, reconnaissance aircraft, trainer, and carrier-based fighter. The Spitfire’s standard armament is eight 7.7mm machine guns

WAR WINGS Reveals More Planes

Yak-7b (Russia)
A two-seat trainer that was developed by the Yak Design Bureau using the Yak-1 as a base. The Yak-7b is equipped with two 12.7mm machine guns and one 20mm cannon.

WAR WINGS Reveals More Planes

P-51A Mustang (USA)
The P-51A was produced by improving the ground attack capabilities for the A-36 Mustang. It sports a larger diameter propeller and has excellent low-altitude flight characteristics. The P-51A is equipped with four Browning 7.62mm machine guns and two 12.7mm M2 Browning machine guns.

About War Wings:

War Wings features real-time 4v4 online aerial dogfighting action with stunning 3D graphics. The game simulates World War II air combat with a dedicated adherence to historical accuracy, technical detail, and real-life flight dynamics. War Wings lets players choose from over 70 historically accurate, fully customizable warplanes to fly. Every aircraft in the game is authentically modeled with flight data in strict accordance with history, which will particularly appeal to military enthusiasts.

War Wings is available for Android on Google Play with an iOS version coming soon to the Apple App Store.

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