505 Games and Gaijin Software put together a new trailer for IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds of Prey, which is planned to be released at the end of this year. Update: The video aspect ratio has been fixed.
505 Games fact sheet:
Gaijin Software's WWII flight sim shooter is based around large-scale aerial combat over the ground-based military operations of World War II. Players participate in the war’s most famous confrontations piloting fighters and heavy bombers across a range of varied missions. There are five seats of war to engage in – The Battle of Britain, Stalingrad, Berlin, Sicily and Korsun – representing the main airborne battles of World War II in Europe.
505 Games will publish IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds Of Prey on the 1C Label for PS3, Xbox 360, Nintendo DS and PSP in late 2009.
@GriftGFX: Nor, I but it is a nice solution in VR when there's no hand tracking built in from the ground up. I found it adds to the tension too when you struggle to keep yourself calm for a headshot. (27 minutes ago)
I wish people would just go with what they feel. If a game looks awesome to you, and it makes you look forward to playing it, then just fucking buy the thing and enjoy stop listing to prats on the net (29 minutes ago)
I don't like the "aim where you look" VR controls but I guess that's better than aiming with an analog stick. (30 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: indicative of modern internet review culture, sadly. (30 minutes ago)
Pro version smooths out nasty jaggies and shimmering at distances and off to the side where the standard uses foviated rendering. (31 minutes ago)
I've seen Pro vs standard PS4 comparison, and whilst you really need to see it in the headset, the difference was very noticeable even on a compressed Youtube video. (32 minutes ago)
@alimokrane: You found the one negative review out of 100 and it fits your expectations so let's go with that? (33 minutes ago)