GamesCampus Reveals Aircraft Line-up for Heroes in the Sky

GamesCampus has revealed the aircraft line-up for its upcoming, highly-anticipated MMOTPS, (Massively Multiplayer Online Third Person Shooter) WWII flight combat simulator, Heroes in the Sky. The Closed Beta is expected to commence this following June.

The following aircraft line-up include:


Fighters are the offensive support option, providing high speed damage and quick response defense for the lesser armed alternatives. Players can choose between agile evasive or steel rending offensive skills. Either way a well trained squadron of fighters is a formidable opponent on any mission.


More popularly known as AWACs “Airborne Early Warning and Control” these are the almighty support class of Heroes in the Sky. Shutting down enemy radar, gun systems, healing allies, and adding damage are just some of the many different ways this Swiss Army Knife-like aircraft can aid in combat.


Scorched earth combat is the name of the game with Bombers providing unrivaled damage to ground and other static targets. They also come equipped with the aerial mine, a bomb that slowly falls in the sky and explodes creating havoc and mayhem for enemies chasing the bomber. In missions where ground targets must be destroyed there is no faster way than bombers!


From experimental to some of WWII’s most famous aircraft, Premium Planes provide a wide array of options for the aircraft enthusiasts From the miniscule Huckebein jet aircraft to the overwhelmingly massive K7 Russian Bomber, these aircraft can also level up with the player which provides the ultimate in survivability and long-lasting enjoyment.


Players can use Avatars to mask their actual aircraft and appearing in some of history’s most famous aircraft. Take hold of some of WWII’s most interesting aircraft as players prepare to mask the true destructive power of their vessel. Additionally, players can earn additional bonuses that can be added to their stats by using the Avatars.

David Chang from GamesCampus commented;

“This line-up of WWII aircraft features an unsurpassed level of historical accuracy right down to the nuts and bolts of the planes. We took full advantage of both history and all of the technological power to create a compelling and exhilarating trip through the war-torn skies of WWII.”

For more information on Heroes in the Sky, head on over to the official website.