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Take to the air in the lethal Apache AH-64 attack helicopter and rain down death from above using the latest in cutting
edge military weapons technology. Fly attack, reconnaissance, escort and rescue missions deep behind enemy lines in
missions around the world. Use laser-guided precision ground strikes and devastating rounds of explosive Hellfire
missiles to take out high value strategic targets. Defend civilians from heavily armed pirates off the coast of Africa,
hunt down terrorists in the mountains of central Asia, and take down enemy choppers in intense aerial combat over the
jungles of Central America. When you think you've mastered the skies, prove it by taking your skills online in
competitive multiplayer matches.
Authentic Warzones: With more than 16 multi-stage
mission involving air and ground strike operations, the campaign takes you along real life locations. From the jungles
of Central America to the mountains of the Middle East, Apache has you where the fight is needed the
Realism Defined: Everything in the game is painstakingly made with realism in mind. From the real-
world satellite photography used to make the in-game environments to the simulation controls, Apache puts you in the
front seat of helicopters modeled exactly to look like their real life counterparts.
Play the way you want to play. Jump right in and rain down destruction in the game's arcade-style Training mode or test
your aerial skills by playing in the challenging Realistic Mode.
Cooperative Destruction: Have a friend
join the fight! The local cooperative mode lets two players gear up in the same Apache and tackle the game's story mode
with one player acting as the pilot and the other as the gunner.
Online Helicopter Combat: Join other
helicopter enthusiasts as you go directly against them in competitive online modes such as Team Battle, Capture the LZ
and Strike. If that's not enough online players can form online squadrons with up to four Apaches fighting together in