Bohemia Interactive has announced NVIDIA 3D Vision support for the Windows PC version of Carrier Command: Gaea Mission. The enhanced perception of depth blends perfectly with the game’s futuristic setting. Those who expect gaming to drive the consumer adoption of 3D will see their belief fueled by the cutting edge 3D implementation in Carrier Command: Gaea Mission.
Executive Producer Jan Kunt said:
“Supporting 3D Vision reaffirms the philosophy behind our game’s ‘NVIDIA: The Way It’s Meant to be Played’ label. Although personal preference will always be a factor, I think for many it will be part of the optimal experience and draw them even deeper into our game.”
Carrier Command: Gaea Mission will also be playable at Bohemia Interactive’s booth at Gamescom. It’s interesting to note that both the PC and the X360 versions of the game will be playable at Gamescom. If you’re interesting in this title, be sure to check it out or read our Performance Analysis.
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