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'WarBirds 2009' Content Update Adds Textures, Aircraft and Features

by Rainier on May 27, 2009 @ 9:16 a.m. PDT

iEntertainment announced that a brand new version of its MMO sim WarBirds 2009 has been launched with a significant product update including new aircraft, flight models, terrains, and many more new features!

Major updates to flight models of the WarBirds 2009 aircraft include special emphasis on Navy aircraft including all Corsairs, the Hellcat, the TBD Devastator and the SBD Dauntless and a complete revision of all flight models for WWI aircraft including the Albatross DVa, the Sopwith Camel, Fokker DR1 and DVII, Nieuport and Spads. New cockpits and new gun stations were also added to the B-25 series of bombers.

WarBirds 2009 features two Brand New Terrains (The Somme and Alsace) for the two Bonus WarBirds games: Dawn of Aces (WWI Combat Flying) and Armored Assault (WWII Tank Simulation). These updates include Player flyable Handley Page and Gotha bombers, a new Halberstadt CL II version, Zeppelin refinements, and a new German Tiger II tank.

The WarBirds 2009 simulation also now includes new modern aircraft, the UAV MQ-1 Predator and the US Air Force trainer T-6A Texan II.

WarBirds 2009 adds new and improved Training for new WarBirds players: A special "CheckOut" for more experienced players and a "CheckRide" training system, to ensure that new players can learn the simulation more quickly and survive longer in the online arenas.

WarBirds has been called one of the best combat operations game ever produced. The award-winning title allows players from around the world to enter persistent online battlefield and take control of more than 120 different aircraft and vehicles, including fighters, bombers, tanks, and Naval vessels. New players, with either PCs or Macs, can download and try WarBirds 2009 to experience the fun and challenge of real time, multi-player combat.

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