2K and Firaxis Games announced that “Sid Meier’s Ace Patrol: Pacific Skies” will be available for PC on Tuesday, November 5 via Steam and hit the iOS App Store two days later on November 7. Both versions will cost $4.99.
“Pacific Skies” is the follow-up to the initial “Sid Meier’s Ace Patrol,” a World War I turn-based dogfighting game. As the name implies, the new game fast-forwards to World War II and focuses on the struggle in the Pacific Ocean theater. Players can expect to see iconic aircraft from both the American and Japanese forces, a variety of mission types, and customization of both planes and pilots.
If the first game is any indication, “Pacific Skies” is likely to have its initial content bolstered by additional missions and campaigns that can be added through in-game purchases. Supported iOS devices include iPad 2 and up, iPad Mini, iPod Touch 4 and up, and iPhone 4S and up.
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