Carrier Command: Gaea Mission – PC Demo Released

Just two days after its worldwide launch, Bohemia Interactive has commissioned the Windows PC demo for Carrier Command: Gaea Mission. The demo introduces players to the unique Carrier Command gameplay as they lead two demo-exclusive assaults on the islands of Thermopylae and Granite.
Narrated by one of the developers, the demo kicks off with an action-packed sequence in which players control one of the amphibious Walruses. Once they complete their first objective, the demo fast forwards to another island. Here, the gameplay opens up and players will be able to switch between driving Walruses, flying Mantas and ordering units via the tactical map. Overall it takes about 45 minutes to complete.
Based on the groundbreaking classic from 1988, Carrier Command: Gaea Mission offers a refreshing blend of vehicular combat with tactical and strategic elements. In a massive open world – consisting of 33 unique islands hosting 6 distinct climatic zones – players are put in command of a futuristic military carrier holding multiple remotely controllable and customizable units. By traversing the seas and establishing a strategic network of island bases for mining, production and defense, players set out to conquer the archipelago on the planetoid Taurus.
The Windows PC demo for Carrier Command: Gaea Mission is now available for download at its official website – A Steam release is expected at a later date.

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