P&C Beta for Carrier Command: Gaea Mission

Prague, Czech Republic, Thursday 3 April 2012

The beta, which will launch on April 6, offers a compressed version of the Strategic Campaign. Instead of following the Gaea Mission storyline, this mode spotlights the gameplay and is considered to be a great representative of the enormous amount of player freedom - as opposed to the more linear experiences seen in many other games.

Marek Španel, founder and CEO of Bohemia Interactive, about the beta:

"Our aim is to open up the project so that people will be able to contribute not only in terms of funding, but also by helping us to further improve what we feel is already a great experience. For us, as an independent developer, involving outside enthusiasts like this is extremely valuable and we greatly appreciate the support of everyone willing to join in."

Also related to the beta is the decision to shift Carrier Command’s final release date to September 2012.

Marek Španel explains:

"When we started this project in 2008, we set out to re-imagine the original Carrier Command in a way that captures the spirit of the 8/16-bit classic, while making optimal use of all the technical and game design opportunities available today. It has been a long and exciting journey, and now, after more than 3 years of passionate work, the game is even better than we had envisioned. Still, we remain dedicated to making it as solid as possible. By allowing it some more time and involving gamers directly, we hope to release a game that stands up to its great legacy. We plan to announce more specific release plans for Carrier Command: Gaea Mission by the end of this month."

People will be able to participate in the beta by seizing the regular Carrier Command: Gaea Mission P&C (19.99 EUR) or the premium Carrier Command: Gaea Mission P&C Supporter (39.99 EUR) deal on Bohemia Interactive’s online store - Store.bistudio.com .

The standard P&C pack provides access to the beta and - upon release - a free digital Store.bistudio.com copy of the full game. Those who are willing to confer maximum development support can opt in for the Carrier Command: Gaea Mission P&C Supporter pack, which ships with beta-access, a full game copy from Store.bistudio.com and Steam, plus the digital Gaea Universe soundtrack (composed by BAFTA winner Troels Brun Folmann). Both offers are available for a limited time.

Last but not least, on the day of the beta’s release, participants will be informed about how they can express their feedback.

About Carrier Command: Gaea Mission

Based on a groundbreaking 80s classic, Carrier Command: Gaea Mission takes place on the breathtaking planetoid Taurus and revolves around the conflict between the Asian Pacific Alliance and the United Earth Coalition. In command of an armed vehicle carrier, players will traverse the seas to establish a network of island bases for mining, manufacturing and defense. The game offers a vast amount of player freedom and integrates real-time strategy elements, like commanding units, managing resources and customizing equipment, with 1st/3rd-person action, by letting players take instant and direct control of any unit at any time.

For more information, please visit www.carriercommand.com or track our social channels:

·         Facebook.com/ CarrierCommand

·         YouTube.com/ CarrierCommand

·         Twitter.com/ CarrierCommand

Media Contacts

·         Bohemia Interactive

·         Korneel van 't Land

·         E-mail: korneel@bistudio.com

·         Tel: +420 910 059 266

About Bohemia Interactive

Established in 1999 in Prague, Czech Republic, Bohemia Interactive is an independent game development studio which is primarily known for its award-winning mil-sim games Operation Flashpoint: Cold War Crisis and the Arma series. Bohemia Interactive is also the proud developer of the recently released Take On Helicopters and the upcoming Carrier Command: Gaea Mission and Arma 3. More information about Bohemia Interactive is available at www.bistudio.com.   


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