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Delta Force: Angel Falls
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Developer(s) NovaLogic
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows
Release date(s) Q1 2010[1]
Genre(s) First-person shooter, Action
Media DVD
System requirements See Features

Delta Force: Angel Falls (DFAF) is an upcoming first-person shooter game by NovaLogic.[2][3] Rumors claim that the game will be for multiple platforms, with a late 2009 or 2010 release. A beta is to be expected Q3 2009. NovaLogic's previous title is Delta Force: Xtreme 2, which was just released. Angel Falls, as of November, now has an official page on the NovaLogic website.

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Setting

Angel Falls screenshot.

Angel Falls will be set in the north-west region of South America (near future in Colombia and Venezuela. Angel Falls will take the player to rural and sparsely populated jungle areas of this locale.

Driving the game's back-story will be ever-changing alliances and conflicts taking place in the Angel Falls area of Venezuela. Additionally, the game will be influenced by current events. [4]

System Requirements
Minimum Recommended
Microsoft Windows
Operating System Windows XP or Windows Vista
CPU Pentium 4 2.4 GHz Dual core or Quad core
Memory 1 GB 2 GB
Hard Drive Space 5 GB of free space
Graphics Hardware Pixel Shader 3.0 video card ATi 1900+, nVidia 7900+ or better
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Map editor

NILE may be released with Angel Falls. It is said to be completely better than previous titles' NILE versions - called NILE Studio. Its features include the ability to run the game via editor, introduction of a spline-based road system, and the replacement of all events with WAC code. Whether it is to be released with Angel Falls is unknown. [5]

Engine

According to a NovaLogic, the game is being developed on a completely new engine. Other features were explained such as the ability to change terrains on the fly, and being in a completely different spirit from previous titles. Angel Falls will also support a larger amount of in-game assets. Net code is also improved. [6]

Licensing

NovaLogic announced that they have terminated their license agreement with European publisher MTR Soft, due to the concern of them using the title's license agreement to obtain additional funds. [7]

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