A new first-person shooter is in the works. Developer TiMi Studio Group has been teasing a new Delta Force game, Delta Force: Hawk Ops. The game will be a cross-platform offering – playable on PC, consoles, and mobile devices, and will features large-scale multiplayer battles.
While Delta Force: Hawk Ops will be fully revealed at Gamescom as part of Opening Night Live, the devs are already dropping some teasers and other information on it. They also offered up some information in an interview with IGN. It’s a realistic shooter, with a campaign mode based on ‘Black Hawk Down’. The game also expands on the 32-player limit of the previous Delta Force game, so players can experience the battles from the movie in-game. The team notes they studied the movie and its historical context to get things just right.
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