Flying Tigers: Shadows Over China Flies Out Of Early Access

Ace Maddox’s World War II flight combat game set in the China-Burma-India theater, Flying Tigers: Shadows Over China, officially launched earlier today after over a year and a half in Early Access. The game sees players take on the role of pilots in “America’s secret volunteer squadrons” as they do battle in Southeast Asia. It boasts a “rarely depicted” setting, a simcade flight model, and more. More than 20 planes are available for use in both a single-player campaign and 16-player multiplayer.

Those who are interested can purchase Flying Tigers: Shadows Over China via Steam for $14.99, temporarily discounted to $11.99 for the week of release. There is a $4.99 DLC pack called “Paradise Island,” which includes a new map and some other content, but anyone can play on the map as long as the host owns the DLC.

Matt Chelen

Matt has been playing games for as long as he can remember. He got into games journalism during college.

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