Released in 1987, Operation Wolf was made primarily for arcade machines, and later only for platforms such as the ZX Spectrum or NES. the microids And the Virtual games The team decided to revamp the game and bring it back into the public consciousness with little modification. So it was first made as a VR game Operation Wolf’s Return: Mission Onet, which has now also reached the traditional version.
The original game was one of the first railway games, and this gameplay has been maintained in the new game. Of course, the images have been completely improved, but at the same time they remain a bit outdated. The creators promise that from the first minute you will feel the typical atmosphere of action films of the 80s, where the crushing will not stop for a single moment – either alone or with a friend.
Those who previously invested in the VR version on either PC or PlayStation 5 will now also get the traditional version for free. Or we can also say that no matter which version we invest in, both game modes are available to us.