DescriptionDelta Force: Black Hawk Down
is a first-person action game that takes place in Somalia, where the famous Mogadishu operation took place. The game is based on real events that were also depicted in a book and a movie "Black Hawk Down". First half of the game consists of varied missions that Delta Force soldiers had to engage into, like defending UN food convoys, rescuing hostages or destroying weapon shipments.
Second half of the game covers the events of the mission Irene on October 3rd, 1993. It's goal was to capture two lieutenants of the Somali warlord Mohamed Farrah Aidid and was expected to last less than 30 minutes, but after two Black Hawk helicopters were shoot down, it took US soldiers more than 16 hours to return to safety. 18 US soldiers, 1 Malaysian and hundreds of Somalis were killed. A 19th SFC. Matt Rierson died two days later in an mortar attack.
On most missions the player works as a member of a small Delta Force team, working in co-operation with US Army Rangers or UN forces. Some missions include the player riding as a machine-gunner on a Humvee or a helicopter (including Black Hawks).
- "三角洲特种部队：黑鹰坠落" -- Chinese title (simplified)
- "Отряд Дельта: Операция "Черный Ястреб"" -- Russian spelling
- "Delta Force: Operaciya "Chernyj Yastreb"" -- Russian title
- "Delta Force: Helikopter w Ogniu" -- Polish title
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A portion of the proceeds of Delta Force: Black Hawk Down
(for all platforms) is donated to The Special Operations Warrior Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides scholarships to children of Special Operations armed forces killed in action.
In the German version all blood effects where removed.
Investigative journalist Mark Bowden
, who wrote the book Black Hawk Down
(on which the 2001 Ridley Scott
film was based), was reportedly approached by Novalogic to lend his expertise to this game...which he refused.
The Xbox version of Delta Force: Black Hawk Down
broke the record (at the time of release) for the largest multiplayer game on the Xbox by allowing up to 50 players in one game. Information also contributed by