1971: Indian Naval Front

Learn about the biggest naval conflict since WWII. Third-person vehicular combat game based on the 1971 India-Pakistan war. Conduct missions based on actual events. Control naval units including aircraft carriers, warships, jets and choppers.


Geographically, Pakistan as a nation was divided into West and East Pakistan (today known as Bangladesh). Since its inception, only West Pakistan controlled the country's military, policy-making, and economy. East Pakistan was merely treated as its colony. This created a rift that resulted in a conflict of interests between leaders of both regions. 1970 was the year of political tensions between East and West Pakistan. Later that year, the Awami League of East Pakistan led by Sheikh Mujibur Rahman won the first democratic election in Pakistan. Despite gaining a majority the League was not invited by the ruling military junta to form a government. The atrocities by the Armed Forces from West Pakistan against the people of East Pakistan kept increasing which led to civil unrest and genocide in the East.
By the end of April 1971, millions of refugees started coming into India from East Pakistan causing diplomatic tensions in the Indian subcontinent. India decided to act on it and determined to liberate East Pakistan (Bangladesh) as an independent country. On the 3rd of December 1971, the Pakistan Air Force carried out pre-emptive attacks on northern Indian air bases. The war officially started on all fronts.
The Indian Navy carried out missions and created a Naval Blockade in the Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal. The famed aircraft carrier of the Indian Navy INS Vikrant with her task force and air squadrons conducted a lot of Maritime Interdiction Operations and sorties to completely paralyze the enemy in the East. The Western Naval Command of the Indian Navy targeted the Naval and commercial HQ of Pakistan in Karachi and conducted Operation Trident and Python. Many other events took place in both the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal.
On 16th December 1971, Pakistan eventually signed the Instrument of Surrender and Bangladesh was declared an independent country. The scale of naval operations during the 1971 war is considered to be the biggest since WWII.
1971: Indian Naval Front is a Third-person Naval Combat game made as a tribute to the Indian Navy towards their contribution during the 1971 India-Pakistan war.

Authentic Naval Units

Play with authentic Indian Naval units comprising aircraft carriers, destroyers, anti-sub warfare frigates, missile boats and others. Each unit is installed with different weapons having different capabilities. Perform missions based on actual operations including attack, rescue and stealth.

Multiple categories of ship weapons

Operate different weapons: 20MM and 40MM anti-aircraft guns, naval cannons, torpedoes, and missiles.

Aerial combat missions

Engage in aerial combat missions using Hawker Sea Hawk attack aircrafts and Breguet Alize both enabled with cockpit views. Both the birds come equipped with 20MM Hispano guns and different alternate weapons like bombs, rockets and torpedoes.

Recon and Anti-sub warfare missions

Control air squadron's Seaking choppers to perform recon and anti-submarine warfare missions.

Configuration système requise pour 1971: Indian Naval Front


Configuration recommandée

OS versionWindows 7 (64-bit)
OS versionWindows 11
CPUIntel Core i5 (9th Gen) / AMD FX 6300
CPUIntel Core i7 (10th Gen) / AMD Ryzen 7 4800H
Memory8 GB
Memory16 GB
GPUGeForce GTX 1050 / AMD Radeon RX 570
GPUGeForce GTX 1650 Ti / AMD Radeon RX 580
DirectXDirectX 11
Storage20 GB
Storage20 GB
Compte requis
Epic ID
Langues disponibles
  • Audio: English
  • Texte: English
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