Rise of Flight
Rise of Flight is a World War I combat flight simulation released in 2009 by the Russian development house Neoqb. It features four flyable planes - the Spad 13.C1, Fokker D. VII, Albatros D. Va and the Nieuport 28.C1. Additional planes are available as paid-for content at an approximate cost of $8 AUD per plane. The simulation features training missions, a career mode, mission editor and multiplayer. Missions include escort, ground attack, balloon attack and balloon defence. The sim supports the TrackIR, Triplehead monitor resolutions, multiple controllers and force feedback joysticks.
To play the simulation including singleplayer you must have an active Internet connection in order for the simulation to run. The simulation appears to check with the master server on login into the sim, in the menus, loading missions and at the completion of a mission.
- If you have problems installing and registering see the official installation and registration video on this page.
- If you find missions are unable to be selected in the mission selection screen, you are trying to select a mission for a plane you don't have. Only four planes are flyable unless you purchase the additional planes.