New update for Carrier Command: Gaea Mission on Windows PC
Prague, Czech Republic, Friday 7 December 2012 - In response to player feedback, Bohemia Interactive has released a new update for Carrier Command: Gaea Mission. Patch 1.03 aims to address a number of issues, including those related to the pathfinding of ground units.

Although the recently released Carrier Command: Gaea mission was received with open arms, many people found themselves struggling with ordering their Walrus ground units across the map. Thus, aside a variety of other game- and campaign-related fixes, this update delivers a welcome improvement to the Walrus AI and island navigation data. The complete overview of changes can be found in the changelog provided in the update’s Readme file.

Based on the classic from 1988, Carrier Command: Gaea Mission offers a refreshing blend of vehicular combat with tactical and strategic elements. In a massive open world - consisting of 33 unique islands hosting 6 distinct climatic zones - players are put in command of a futuristic military carrier holding multiple customizable units. By traversing the seas and establishing a strategic network of island bases for mining, production and defense, players set out to conquer the archipelago on planetoid Taurus.

To apply the new update, players can download the installer and changelog from the updates section on the official website. The Steam version of Carrier Command: Gaea Mission will be updated automatically.

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About Bohemia Interactive
Established in 1999 in Prague, Czech Republic, Bohemia Interactive is an independent game development studio which is primarily known for its award-winning mil-sim Arma series, starting with Arma: Cold War Assault. Published in 2001, this debut title became the no. 1 bestselling PC game around the world and has won many international awards. The hugely successful series was followed by Arma 1 and Arma 2 on PC as well as Arma 2 Firing Range on mobile devices, before a standalone PC expansion Operation Arrowhead was released, as well as three DLC which greatly added to the series. Bohemia Interactive is also the developer of Take On Helicopters and the recently released Carrier Command: Gaea Mission. The studio is currently working on Arma 3 and the standalone version of DayZ. More information about Bohemia Interactive is available at