Global video game publisher 505 Games and developer Artech Studios today revealed the official trailer for Naval Assault: The Killing Tide, available nationwide on June 15 exclusively for Xbox 360™. The official trailer sets the scene for the upcoming WWII-inspired submarine action title, and gives a first look at in-game submarine warfare.
It’s 1943 and the greatest military power for a generation has fallen. As Russia crumbles, the Nazi powers in Europe have strengthened, and Germany has begun to stretch its reach across the globe. It’s now up to the US Naval submarine fleet to stop the spread of the Axis forces with underwater warfare strong enough to turn the killing tide of war. In Naval Assault: The Killing Tide, players engage in non-stop combat action throughout treacherous, deep-sea missions in the North Atlantic. Players will take command of their submarine vessel to destroy enemy aircraft and warships, dodge mines, and intercept communications; all to ultimately deliver a swift, staggering blow to the enemy.
Naval Assault: The Killing Tide is rated“T” for Teen by the ESRB, and will be available nationwide on June 15 for $49.99. To download the trailer, as well as additional assets and information, please visit: http://bhimpact.gamespress.com/product_page.asp?i=1046.
ABOUT NAVAL ASSAULT: THE KILLING TIDE
Getting underway from New York Harbor, Naval Assault: The Killing Tide tells the story of the Allied submariner effort against Axis forces across the key naval warzones of World War II. Players will captain an arsenal of Naval submarines against enemy warship assaults both above and below the water’s surface. In Naval Assault: The Killing Tide, players will need a healthy dose of stealth and cunning as well as sharp shooting deck gun and torpedo skills to successfully destroy the enemy fleets in the 30 missions throughout the game. Naval Assault: The Killing Tide will support single player and up to four player online multiplayer modes. The title will be published by 505 Games exclusively for Xbox 360 on June 15, 2010.