By Jason Venter | 08-10-2012 | 11:00AM
Bohemia Interactive has announced that Carrier Command: Gaea Mission, its upcoming sci-fi adventure title currently scheduled to arrive on the PC and Xbox 360 platforms this fall, will support Nvidia 3D Vision.
“The enhanced perception of depth blends perfectly with the game’s futuristic setting,” the company noted in a post on its site.
Executive Producer Jan Kunt explained the reasoning behind the feature: “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.”
Carrier Command: Gaea Mission will be available in both PC and Xbox 360 forms at the Bohemia Interactive booth at Gamescom, but you’ll have to play the PC edition to enjoy the Nvidia 3D Vision support. If you’re not already familiar with Nvidia 3D Vision, you can also read up about it on Nvidia's website.
Some consumers haven’t been quick to embrace 3D gaming, despite some obvious benefits.But as the developer behind the ArmA series, Bohemia Interactive is also the sort of team that can potentially use 3D to its proper effect. Carrier Command: Gaea Mission could be a game to watch when it arrives in Europe and North America in late September and early October.