Operation Flashpoint 2: Dragon Rising Announced, New Teaser Trailer and Screens

From the Leipzig Games Convention today, Codemasters has taken the wraps off of Operation Flashpoint 2: Dragon Rising, showcasing the sequel military combat sim with a new teaser trailer and some screenshots (posted below). Operation Flashpoint 2 is scheduled to arrive on the PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 sometime in 2008.

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“Set on a vast oil-rich island located off the eastern coast of Russia, just north of Japan, Operation Flashpoint 2: Dragon Rising‘s plot takes place during a time of tension between Russia and China over the island’s disputed ownership,” explains Andrew Wafer, Brand Manager for Operation Flashpoint 2: Dragon Rising, at Codemasters. “The game opens as Chinese forces launch an offensive, and referencing the game’s title, as the dragon rises over the island, players will find themselves in a situation that is set to flare up into a flashpoint like never before.”

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