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Disney Interactive has announced free-to-play PC space combat game Star Wars: Attack Squadrons, which is in development at new Seattle-based studio Area 52 Games. Attack Squadrons allows for 16-player dogfights and the ability to customise "iconic Star Wars ships" including Tie-Fighters and X-Wings.
In other news Warner Bros. released a new video for its upcoming first-person action survival horror game. The latest gameplay video focuses on the day and night cycle mechanic, providing a look at some of the different strategies players will need to use to survive depending on the time of day.
All the news:
- Sony 'more committed to new IP than other platform holders'
- New browser tech lets games download, play without plug-ins
- Zen Pinball 2 for PS4 suffers slight US delay
- Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII video summarises plot and gameplay
- Disney announces Star Wars space combat game Attack Squadrons
- Assassin's Creed 4 Freedom Cry DLC gameplay video
- Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare video shows Battlefield-inspired mode
- Dying Light video shows how gameplay differs at day and night
- New Nintendo Direct events this Wednesday, December 18
- Assassin Creed 4 Freedom Cry DLC out now
- Sony says PlayStation Plus is connecting indie devs with a new audience
- EU PSN Christmas deals: Rain and Lone Survivor Director's Cut discounted
- Original Tomb Raider released on iOS devices
- Some Destiny 'end-game activities will require co-op'
- Minecraft and Candy Crush top 2013 iOS app charts
- Final Fantasy X/X2 HD screenshots show monsters and menus
- More Steam Machine videos appear online
- DayZ standalone alpha released
- Republique to launch on iOS on Thursday
- Call of Duty: Ghosts sales decline 'troubling', says analyst