Comanche is now available on Steam Early Access, will get a single-player campaign

THQ Nordic has announced that Comanche is available on Steam Early Access. In order to celebrate this announcement, the publisher has also released a new trailer that you can find below.

The Steam Early Access version of Comanche will offer three game modes. These are: single-player, multiplayer and flight & combat training.

Yeap, you read that right. Comanche will get a single-player campaign. Starting with one mission available from March 12th on, developer Nukklear will add new missions on a regular basis.

The 4vs4 team-based multiplayer will start with two modes; one called Black Box and the other Infiltration. In Black Box, the goal is to collect more black boxes from destroyed Comanches with your drone. You can collect both enemy and friendly black boxes using the drone, so this mode guarantees intense team fights at close range. Infiltration again combines helicopter combat and drone piloting: your objective is to either defend or infiltrate a base. Attackers must place an EMP, defenders must disarm it.

Lastly, Flight & Training Combat will be a variety of different missions in which you can learn how to fly your Comanche and its drone. In this mode, players will familiarise themselves with the flight controls and how to maneuver in combat.

Comanche will also feature five Comanches and four drones at the Early Access launch. All of them will be coming with specific weapons, abilities and strengths and weaknesses. Each type of Comanche has a certain role to fulfill in the team-based combat and is suitable for a special type of player.

Enjoy!

Comanche - Early Access Release Trailer

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