Ancient strategy and sim publisher MicroProse rose from the grave earlier this month, after two decades under, accompanied by the announcement of a trio of games that all sounded just like the sort of things it published alongside Civ and X-COM years ago. Now it’s adding another game to the docket, but this one straddles the line between classic sim and modern novelty. 

One of the last games MicroProse released before it was shut down by Infogrames was B-17 Flying Fortress: The Mighty 8th, a  World War 2 bomber sim. It let you fly around in a B-17 as part of a 10-person crew, working as anything from the tail gunner to the navigator. MicroProse’s new The Mighty Eighth covers the same ground, but this time with multiplayer and VR. 

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