Delta Force (video game)

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Delta Force
Developer(s) NovaLogic
Publisher(s) Electronic Arts
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows
Release date(s) November 1, 1998
Genre(s) Tactical first-person shooter
Mode(s) Single player, multiplayer

Delta Force is a tactical first-person shooter computer game by developer and publisher NovaLogic.[1] It was released for Microsoft Windows in 1998. Delta Force was designed to be a military simulation loosely based on the United States' Delta Force.


The player takes on the role of a special forces soldier tasked with carrying out missions. The game features 40 missions in locations across the world, taking place in both in-door and out-door environments. Each mission will present the player with different tactical objectives that they must complete, such as ambushing convoys, destroying an enemy camp, or assassinating a high-value target. Before a mission starts, the player can choose their equipment to suit the task given.

Technical features[edit]

Delta Force uses the proprietary Voxel Space rendering engine which is a voxel rendering system unlike most other games at the time.[2]


Delta Force was praised for emphasizing "gameplay over graphics" in its time.[3]


It spawned numerous sequels, including: