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    Warhammer 40,000: Dakka Squadron Takes Flight On Nintendo Switch [March 8]

    Aerial shooter ‘Warhammer 40,000: Dakka Squadron‘ set in the expansive Warhammer 40,000 universe, is set to launch on the Nintendo Switch platform on March 8th. Published by RedDeer.Games in collaboration with Phosphor Studios and the franchise owner, Games Workshop, the game offers a unique experience within the Warhammer franchise, focusing on high-octane aerial combat.

    In “Dakka Squadron,” players take on the role of an Ork flyer commander, piloting fighter planes through intense air battles and precision strikes on ground targets. The game promises a thrilling experience of planet conquests, portrayed through dynamic mid-air dogfights and strategic assaults.

    The game allows players to align themselves with one of five distinct Ork clans, each offering unique bonuses such as enhanced armour or increased damage, reflecting the diverse characteristics and rivalries within Ork society.

    As players progress through the campaign, they will have the opportunity to unlock and customize new aircraft models and weaponry, tailoring their fighters to their preferred style of combat. This customization extends to aesthetic choices, with a wide range of colours available for players to personalize their aircraft, adding a touch of humour and personality to the battlefield.

    Missions in “Dakka Squadron” range from point defence to high-stakes dogfights, offering varied objectives and challenges that can change dynamically during combat. The game emphasizes the chaotic and explosive nature of warfare in the Warhammer 40,000 universe, with the player’s success often marked by the scale of destruction they can unleash.

    However, players must also manage the health and durability of their aircraft, paying attention to the game’s ORK-STYLE UI for critical information during combat.

    “Warhammer 40,000: Dakka Squadron” is poised to bring a fresh and exciting perspective to the Warhammer 40,000 franchise when it becomes available for download on the Nintendo eShop on March 8th for $19.99. The game is already available on Steam for those eager to dive into the action ahead of the Switch release.

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