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China plans to release a war simulation video game for public.

war simulation video gameBeijing: China plans to reveal a war simulation video game for its public, called the ‘Glorious Mission’ that allegedly targets US troops.

The red game prepared headlines prior this year as the first video game training simulation for China’s armed forces. The trailer of the first-person shooter war simulation game and its videos had become well-liked on the microblog networks.

The game would be released for public by May 2012 Zhang at Wuxi Giant Network Technology Inc, co-developer of The Glorious Mission with Nanjing Military Command told the Game Developers Conference in Shanghai (GDC Shanghai), state-run China Daily reported today.

Zhang said that “We’re waiting for approval before we formally release the game to the public.”

He also said that “Right now it’s only open to the military. It’ll probably take another six months, after some alterations, before it can be released.”

US media reports said that the Chinese video game embattled US troops. It is believed to be modelled after the US Army-made shooter game ‘America’s Army’.


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