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Chinese military training game is to be released as online shooter “Glorious Mission”, features its own Master Chief

Well, this is something really new! There are games used in some countries to train specialists – pilots, captains and military, that kind of thing – and one of these games is going to be released for everyone in China to play. A game that has been developed for military training of personnel of the armed forces of China will be available to all civilian gamers under the title of “Glorious Mission” (locally known as “光荣使命”). It was developed by joint efforts of Nanjing Military Region Game Center and Wuxi Giant Network, and was used to give soldiers and officers an idea what the real battlefield experience might be, so it has some really unique features none of the other FPS games can offer. The game itself uses DX11 and one of the most advanced products ever released on Chinese gaming market in the terms of technical realisation.

According to the game’s producer Keith Goodall, “Glorious Mission” is going”to help the players to experience the details of life in the army, to witness the real atmosphere of barracks and to grow like real soldiers”. One of the unique features the game has, is that every weapon’s sound has been recorded in real life. To make sure all the gunfire is as much authentic as possible, the sounds were recorded by the double winner of the Hong Kong Film Awards for Best Sound Award famous sound engineer Wangdan Rong, who came to a military training base, where soldiers were shooting real weapons indoors and outdoors, with 5 small microphones fixed on each gun and more microphones positioned along the way of shooting to record the gunfire from different distances. The gunfire sound is then reproduced in 5.1-channel surround sound, to give players an idea of acoustic field and sound differences in both indoor and outdoor environments.

Another unique feature of the game is that many characters were made after real military personnel who were serving in the Chinese army. Allegedly, an in-game zone showing a military museum is a re-creation of a real scene in Nanjing Military Region, and rural scenes has been made after real places too, so some players found out that buildings and other props are positioned where they are in the real life.

Initially, the game was prohibited from public access due to confidentiality and other considerations, but recently the ban was lifted and now “Glorious Mission” has an official website, and pre-orders have opened at a virtual store in TaoBao platform’s network at the price of 48 yuan (which obviously refutes statements made by some of Western news sites that the game will be “free to play”). The civilian version of the game is said to be “tuned down”, with some of the latest weapons and military equipment removed from the public version.

Also, whoever it was to tune “Glorious Mission” for public access, they caught wind of HALO, because the game will have its own Master Chief (yes, Chinese gaming press refers to him as Master Chief as well) – an character that will become the icon of the game. Chinese Master Chief is geared up with advanced Chinese military equipment (as advanced as they would allow in the civilian version of the game, anyway), and his facial features are much more elaborate than those of other characters.

It is also said by Western sources that “Glorious Mission has been carefully scripted by seven propaganda officials and overseen by the People’s Liberation Army. It aims to instil ”the core values” of the military in its players as they carry out combat missions”. I have no idea if this is true, as Chinese media obviously isn’t keen on mentioning anything related to propaganda. But with the Great Chinese Firewall and the like, I would not be surprised in the least.

Now,  with over 120 millions of people playing online games, I certainly do hope that China isn’t going to train an army of killer gamers to overrun the world, lol.

  • yog sothot

    at last… no more fuckin sio-neonazi invasors (u.s.troops, government and allies), we wont accept to live in a novel like society (1984).. who crowned the u.s. to rule this world????? 90% of this worlds population has had enough of your “sex drugs and rockandroll” lifestyle…. talkin also about occultism, who is your hill-billies and bilderbergers worshipping at bohemian groove in california?????
    maybe you will rule, but you know that in the end you and your so called god of this world will fall and be cast away… again. enjoy while you can this long and bold… life. jajaja.
    thanx for sharin some info on the “crazy” and “evil” chinese army… just another worker workin for the same king.

    • Elthar

      Are you talking to yourself? Or to those green wierd people who appear when you stop taking your schizophrenic pills?
      Because I am Russian and you are genuinely ill in the head.

  • yop

    y sobre q sistema operativo funciona este jueguito????????? en la pagina oficial se puede descargar el cliente sin problemas…

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