The gameplay is very similar to the first HAWX game.This time your missions are split between three pilots, Russian, American and British.
HAWX 2 tries to address the issue of repetitiveness that was present in the first game by introducing a few non-aerial missions.
It's in the multiplayer modes that HAWX 2 really shows improvement and honestly it is here that the real game shines.
HAWX 2 has successfully built upon the first release and really provided a game where flight combat fans can enjoy without the need for the full-on Flight Sim experience.
Hawx involves piloting a host of the most modern aircraft around on a variety of missions, crucial, naturally, to maintaining world peace.
The previous incarnation of Hawx was great fun - not massively cerebral, but a really good blast.
In truth Hawx 2 is inferior to AC6 - but it's still good fun, and I particularly enjoyed the Russian levels.
In "HAWX," the old coot takes to the skies, with middling results.
"HAWX" makes other concessions to air-combat newbies, such as displays that show you the best way to approach your opponent.
While Tom Clancy's HAWX
may have the appearance of a hardcore flight-sim, it actually feels more like an arcade game.