Today Bohemia Interactive announced that the Windows PC version of "Carrier Command: Gaea Mission" will have full NVIDIA 3D Vision support.
According to an email received from the company:
"The enhanced perception of depth blends perfectly with the game's futuristic setting. Those who expect gaming to drive the consumer adoption of 3D will see their belief fueled by the cutting edge 3D implementation in Carrier Command: Gaea Mission."
Bohemia Interactive executive producer Jan Kunt says that:
"Supporting 3D Vision reaffirms the philosophy behind our game's 'NVIDIA: The Way It's Meant to be Played' label. Although personal preference will always be a factor, I think for many it will be part of the optimal experience and draw them even deeper into our game."
Attendees of Gamescom can demo both the Windows PC and Xbox 360 versions at the Bohemia Interactive booth.
Want to win one of five digital copies of "Carrier Command?"
Anyone who completes an episode of "Carrier Command: Recruits" and shares their progress on Facebook or Twitter by August 20, 2012 will "have a chance to win one out of five digital copies (Windows PC) of Carrier Command: Gaea Mission, and are guaranteed access to the beta."
You can play the first three episode of "Carrier Command: Recruits" at www.carriercommand.com/recruits.
For more information on NVIDIA 3D Vision, visit www.nvidia.com/object/3d-vision-main.html.
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