Dogfighter: World War 2 launches this fall in the west

Free-to-play multiplayer aircraft battle game gets a release window.

Dogfighter: World War 2

Free-to-play multiplayer aircraft battle game Dogfighter: World War 2 will launch for PlayStation 4 in the west this fall, publisher Iggymob announced.

The game first launched on June 27 in Japan and Southeast Asia (Hong Kong, IndonesiaSingaporeMalaysia, and Thailand) with full English support.

Here is an overview of the game, via its official website:

About

Dogfighter: World War 2 is a battle royal based on World War 2 with stylish directing that no one has experienced! Dogfighter: World War 2 makes you the pilot of warplanes that were used in World War II while fighting to be the final survivor out of 40 players in battle royale.

Key Features

  • Customize Your Warplane the Way You Want – Use skins, decals, and wearable items to customize your warplane.
  • Sky Battle Royale with Up to 40 Players – Dogfight on warplanes that were used in World War II such as the Spitfire, BF109, Mustang, or Zerosen to become the final survivor on a fierce battlefield. Be smart, be strategic! You don’t need to shoot down every last enemy, but stay alive to become the last survivor.
  • Play the Historic Scenario Mode – Well-known scenarios based on history ae implemented. Experience and immerse yourself into the historic scenarios of World War II. There are a total of five scenarios, and more will be added consistently.

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