Ubidays 2008: HAWX units can be voice-controlled

By Patrick Garratt, Friday, 30 May 2008 16:08 GMT

According to this EG piece, wingmen in rugged flight sim Tom Clancy’s HAWX can be controlled by voice. Other than that nugget, the story’s short on detail. The site was told the info at Ubidays in Paris yesterday.

Don’t forget that units from HAWX can apparently cross over into EndWar, so potentially there’s going to be voice in the air, voice on the ground, voice everywhere. Pretending to be some kind of macho, fatigue-wearing bullyboy will never be so much fun.

Tom Clancy’s HAWX releases later this year.

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