International PR Manager Nadine Knobloch at BitComposer Entertainment AG has posted up a video today announcing that Air Conflicts: Secret Wars is flying onto PSN today.

To quote: We are delighted to announce our latest game Air Conflicts: Secret Wars which will be released throughout Europe on PSN today for €19.99/15.99.

In case you've not heard about the game before, here's a short intro to whet your appetite and a trailer to give you a taste of what ACSW has in store.

Developed by bitComposer Games, Air Conflicts: Secret Wars is an arcade aerial combat simulation based on real scenarios in the First and Second World War.

You will fly and fight your way through a total of 49 exciting missions, and choose from numerous aircraft types with different features for each mission.

You will have to complete a range of tasks during the missions, including patrol flights, reconnaissance activities, lightning strikes, bomber and escort flights. Once you've completed the assignments, you can improve your skills that allow you to control your aircraft more expertly or even select a better co-pilot for example.

Two control modes are available for the game: in Arcade mode the flight controls are simplified, whereas Simulation mode offers a realistic and breathtaking flying experience. Besides Campaign mode, there are several multiplayer options for up to eight players which can be played locally and over the Internet.

The varied scenarios will lead you from the desert wastes of North Africa to the urban surroundings of Berlin where you will fly secret missions with the help of the allied forces to determine the outcome of the war.

If this sounds like the kind of mission you would like to be a part of, why not take a test flight in our demo which is available on the PSN Store. We hope you enjoy the game!

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