Gameloft has announced that its anticipated gaming title Brothers in Arms 3: Sons of War will be headed to Windows Phone sometime after December 17. The developer says that Brothers in Arms 3 will arrive first on iOS and Android platforms on December 17, with a Windows launch to follow shortly after.
Teasing the game ahead of its scheduled debut, Gameloft describes the following features that the game will support:
A mix of free movement and cover gameplay
Use the d-pad to freely advance to strategic locations or attack head-on.
Move been covers to protect yourself from enemy fire & plan your next attack
Single Player Campaign
Different mission types to play and get better at: assault, siege, sniper, and stealth
Short and intense missions meant for an on-the-go experience
Progress through 8 chapters of missions
Squad based play with brothers
12 brothers in total, each with a unique ability and 4 upgrade-able stats
Strategically choose which brother you take on missions
5 classes of weapons
Progress with 4 traditional weapon classes: SMG, rifle, assault, and sniper
Explore using the 5th class of weapons: experimental weapons with unusual abilities
Expand your skill by taking on additional missions
- Play RAID, Commando, and Blueprint missions
via: 1800PocketPC; Thanks, Josh!
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