Although some may complain, there’s plenty of good to be had from all the mobile ports arriving on the Switch. And if you’re a fan of aerial combat sims, this is one of the good ones. 7Levels has announced they’ll be bringing Home Net Games’ Warplanes: WW2 Dogfight to Nintendo Switch on February 21st, 2019.

Virtual pilots will become squadron leader for British, Soviet and German campaigns, and must recruit the best pilots, train them, and lead them on risky missions. This being a mobile port, base management is very much involved, including the purchase of new planes that you’ll also be able to upgrade and customize. 30 historical planes are available, including the Curtiss P-40 Warhawk, which is available as a Nintendo Switch exclusive.

As for the gameplay…

Play through varied missions in each of the available campaigns: experience deadly encounters with enemy fighters, protect ground structures from bombers, fight over the sea to weaken enemy navy, and pilot bombers to destroy strategic targets. These are only a few examples of a dozen mission types you will experience in the beautiful landscapes of Europe, Africa, and Asia. Pick the best planes and pilots for the job and fly over the icy Russian tundra or the sunny deserts of Egypt.

Build your base – construct additional hangars and structures for your pilots and crew. Ensure their safety by building anti-aircraft artillery and barrage balloons. Develop your management skills to cut costs and manage your unit more efficiently – become the ultimate squadron leader!

Warplanes: WW2 Dogfight also features:

  • Intuitive controls and user-friendly flight mechanics
  • Everything from classic fighters to light and heavy bombers, including the Spitfire, Hurricane, Lancaster, II-2 “Shturmovik,” La-5FN, Ju-87 “Stuka,” and Fw 200 “Condor”
  • Detailed 3D models
  • English, Russian, and German radio chatter
  • HD Rumble support or maximum precision
  • Motion control

Warplanes: WW2 Dogfight will be available in the Nintendo eShop on February 21st for $9,99/€9,99. For more information, visit