Neosphere Interactive was started by two like-minded Indian gentlemen during mid-2016 in Mumbai with an objective to design and develop high-quality games for PC and Consoles with a constant underlying Military theme.
The co-founders, Rajesh Iyer and Hitesh Ramchandani carry a combined work experience of greater than 20 years between them in the fields of Game Development and Animation, mixed with a strong passion for the Indian Armed Forces and PC games. Over the years, they have worked on several titles with several Indian gaming companies and spanning across multiple platforms like PC, PlayStation 2, PSP, and Mobile.
1971 : Indian Naval Front is a PC single-player Naval Shooter game being developed with the versatile Unreal Engine 4.0 using 100% Blueprints to be available on Steam and Epic Game Store by the end of 2020. Developed as a tribute to the Indian Navy towards their contribution during the 1971 Indo-Pak war, its gameplay time is approximately 12-15 hours for the Campaign mode. The game also has a bunch of fast-paced Skirmish modes.
Player gets to control iconic ships of the Indian Navy like INS Vikrant, INS Rajput, INS Brahmaputra, INS Veer, etc. and engage in real world missions(Operation Trident, taking out PNS Ghazi, destruction of airfields, etc.). There are also maritime aerial missions involving Hawker Seahawk jet and the Westland Seaking chopper of Indian Navy. Engage in a total of 15 levels of naval and air combat missions, mini-games such as transmitting Morse codes as part of the Naval Intelligence team.
Wars. Wars never change. All wars are destructive and lead to the loss of countless lives. The subcontinent had faced one of the most dreadful wars in the aftermath of Independence and the exit of the British. We’ve had quite a few games based on the World Wars, and quite a few other wars. However, few games dare to take up the challenge of basing their game on modern conflicts (which become sources for controversy which continue for many days). That’s exactly what makes 1971: Indian Naval Front so good – Click here to read full article.
The significance of December 1971 is unforgettable for Indians as it was the day remarkably known for India’s victory against Pakistan which resulted in the birth of Bangladesh (then East Pakistan). 48 years ago, Pakistan lost its forces in the East, and had to publicly surrender to India. It was also the largest military surrender after World War II.
Keeping that in mind Neosphere Interactive designed their upcoming videogame 1971: Indian Naval Front. The studio was started by Rajesh Iyer and Hitesh Ramchandani in 2016, where Iyer takes care of the complete development and coding while Ramchandani looks after the project management, game art and marketing, as per requirement. Click here to read full article.
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