game release date for PC:
The official release date of the game for PC has not been announced yet.
Sea Power: Naval Combat is an RTS game with simulator elements from Triassic Games studio, which allows us to feel like a fleet commander. This game can be specified as the spiritual successor to Jane's Fleet Command. Our task is to lead our subordinate ships and planes to victory in the dynamic campaign taking place on the Atlantic Ocean. The studio responsible for the game was founded by Nils Dücker, a former member of Killerfish Games (developer of Cold Waters).
We play the role of a commander who directs the activities of an aircraft carrier's strike group at the turn of the 70s. and 80s. We lead our forces in a dynamic campaign that takes us to various hot spots, such as the Persian Gulf or the war in Vietnam.
Sea Power: Naval Combat is a real-time strategy game with simulator elements that takes us to various hot spots in the Atlantic Ocean.
Triassic Games studio gives us a chance to lead an aircraft carrier's strike team in various warfares. In group control mode, the gameplay resembles a classic RTS game, where we manage an army on a macro scale. However, unlike most games of this type, in Sea Power: Naval Combat we don't limit ourselves to commanding an entire squad, we can take personal control of individual units, both naval and airborne, at any time. During this, the game changes its character and begins to resemble a simplified simulator, so we can, for example, steer a cult F16 fighter and shoot down enemy missiles that threaten us.
The creators of Sea Power: Naval Combat have put a lot of work into creating an accessible interface that makes the game more user-friendly for new players.
Sea Power: Naval Combat is a single-player game.
Players familiar with Cold Waters from the Killerfish Games studio may notice some visual similarities between the games. The reason for this is that the founder of Triassic Games, Nils Dücker, managed to managed to negotiate the rights to use certain graphic assets from his previous employers.