Rising Star to publish Carrier Command: Gaea Mission

1980s classic gets modern update. Due in Q3 2012.

Rising Star Games today announced it will publish Bohemia Interactive’s Carrier Command: Gaea Mission for Xbox 360 and PC in North America.

A reinvention of the classic strategy game, Gaea Mission is a modern update of the 1980s Carrier Command. It promises a “deep story set in a massive environments,” over 30 unique islands, six distinct climate zones, and a unique blend of first- and third-person action. Players should look forward to controlling “a network of island bases,” Managing multiple vehicles in real-time, and applying upgrades and enhancements.

“The original Carrier Command was an inspiration for me joining the video game industry, and it’s an honor to be creating the re-imagined version of the title 25 years later,” said Marek Spanel, CEO and founder of Bohemia Interactive. “We have a passionate team that is dedicated to making a game that continues the Carrier Command legacy and we are thrilled to be working with Rising Star Games to bring this title to the US.”

Carrier Command: Gaea Mission will launch in Q3 2012. View a set of screenshots at the gallery. Watch a trailer below.

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