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Developed exclusively for Virtual Reality (VR), Eagle Flight sends you to the skies of Paris to experience the freedom of flying and heart-pounding aerial dogfights like never before! Watch the team-based VR gameplay in Eagle Flights multiplayer that provides a great challenge each time your eagle takes flight and makes for some memorable moments with friends. As an eagle, you soar past iconic landmarks, from the Eiffel Tower to Notre Dame Cathedral, and dive through narrow streets in order to fight opponents and protect your territory. Eagle Flight gives you the absolute liberty to explore Paris from a bird's-eye view! Experience a true multiplayer adrenaline rush with up to six players! Use your piloting skills to lead your team to victory and engage in heart-pounding multiplayer dogfights. Whether you've always wanted to experience Paris from a bird's-eye view or wanted to live the thrill of hunting like a bird of prey, Eagle Flight lets you fulfill your dreams!
So, I played Eagle Flight until I got the rating 4. 5h. Conclusion: It's great. The feeling of flying at extreme speed through narrow streets and underground tunnels is indescribably cool. It's fun and feels right and natural thanks to...
the really good controls. The story is also well done. The narrator's voice fits very well and is super spoken. The story is executed as a kind of documentary in which you experience the life of an eagle in the city of Paris from birth. The individual missions are sufficiently varied although in my opinion even more would have gone. The story might as well be a little longer. I think it's too fast to play each mission just once. Of course, you play them more often to get all 3 stars or to break the records. The multiplayer is good, provided you find players. This was a problem on release. The matches are fast and intense. So, it's a lot of fun. Underlined I would give the game an 8/10. For VR owners in any case a must has! I hope for a DLC with more content and game modes. . . . ;D
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