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Red Wings: Aces of the Sky's live-action trailer shows the Red Baron

Published: 16:04, 18 February 2020
Updated: 16:06, 18 February 2020
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Red Wings: Aces of the Sky trailer screenshot
Red Wings: Aces of the Sky

Red Wings: Aces of the Sky has a new live-action trailer. All in! Games' upcoming title will launch for PC as well as consoles, but its launch platform will be Nintendo Switch. The game's new live-action trailer tells the Red Baron's story.

Red Wings: Aces of the Sky has a brand new live-action trailer for your eyeballs. The game will launch sometime in 2020 and its launch platform will be Nintendo Switch. 

All in! Games' upcoming title will let its players pilot warplanes of Entente Powers and the Triple Alliance on the PC and consoles, but the first to take to the skies will be the Switch owners of the world.

Back in 1917, Manfred von Richthofen became the leader of the No 11 Fighter Squadron Jasta 11. Under him, the squadron boasted many of the best German pilots of the time. Because of the dominant red hue of their planes, von Richthofen’s nickname became: the Red Baron.

The game's new live-action trailer tells the Baron's story with a bit more details.

Red Wings: Aces of the Sky will place you at the centre of the action and thrilling battles with its arcade gameplay style. The game will also have a local multiplayer option that'll be featured on a split-screen. 

Red Wings: Aces of the Sky will have you engage in aerial dogfights under the command of the Red Baron. Historically, the man has won 80 air battles. You'll be able to pick between 10 historical warplanes of Entente Powers and the Triple Alliance to pilot. 

As you win dogfights and level up in the world, you'll gain skill points you can then trade in for, well, skills. Spending the skill points will make your pilot even deadlier than before. 

Red Wings: Aces of the Sky also features a comic book-stylized appearance and will give you insight into actual pilots' minds by letting you read quotes from real letters from WW1 pilots.

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