After the perfectly passable Air Conflicts: Secret Wars, Move owners are in for some more aerial dogfighting action next year when Combat Wings: The Great Battles of WWII lands on PS3.

City Interactive just announced the game will see the light of day in North America on 7th February before reaching Europe just a few days later on 10th February.

Like Air Conflicts, the game draws from real-life aerial battles and lets you pilot your plane with just Move. Can it avoid the faults that drew so much flak in our Air Conflicts: Secret Wars review? We'll find out in February.

Due for release on February 10th across Europe and February 7th in the US, Combat Wings: The Great Battles of World War II is dynamic and fast-paced dog fighting title set during World War II. The game draws from key battles in aviation history, and allows the players to engage the enemy in a number of authentically-reproduced aircraft. Combat Wings: The Great Battles of World War II also faithfully recreates key battle locations, with the skies of London and mainland Europe brought to vivid life. The game will be released for Xbox 360 and Windows PC, while the PlayStation®3 version has exclusive PlayStation®Move compatibility, allowing the users to physically steer their plane with the motion-sensing unit.