Update for hit mobile air combat game scheduled to land in May
LONDON – April 27, 2017 – War Wings, the hit mobile World War II aerial dogfighting game, has concluded the second season of its Ace Pilots League. Pilots in the hard fought competition, which ran from March 20 to April 20, battled to earn in-game Silver currency and receive special edition aircraft rewards.
The fierce battles for aerial supremacy drew over 64,600 participants with the average pilot logging eight combat missions per day. Season 2’s most popular warplane was the Spitfire Grey Nurse, which displays the distinctive shark’s mouth livery of Royal Australian Air Force squadron No. 457.
New Update Readies for Take Off
The next War Wings game update is scheduled to release in May. The update adds a new feature that will allow players to create squadrons and to manage positions within those squadrons. The Squadron feature allows friends to engage in battles as a team, or alternatively, allows players to meet, befriend, and form squadrons with other pilots who might share the same language, country of origin, or aircraft interests.
The forthcoming Ace Pilots League Season 3 will enable team battles, allowing two players to form a team to participate in League dogfights. Tier 7 warplanes will also be able to compete in Season 3 League matches.
War Wings is a free-to-play mobile title that 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. Players can acquire and upgrade over 70 authentic WWII-era warplanes, but must learn to properly pilot planes and master aerial combat tactics to defeat the enemy and gain PVP air supremacy!