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Section 8 picks up Skirmish mode and PSN release


3:45 PM on 07.27.2011
Section 8 picks up Skirmish mode and PSN release photo



Section 8: Prejudice was already a fairly solid online shooter at it's reduced $15 pricepoint. Developer TimeGate has decided to further increase that value with a free content update: Skirmish Mode. They've described Skirmish as "team death match with a twist," with victory points being awarded for each kill.

Also, Section 8 is now available on PSN in the form of a $14.99 bundle including both DLC packs released thus far. In honor of both the content update and the PSN release TimeGate is hosting a community night at the end of the month. If you haven't yet, now's a pretty good time to give Section 8: Prejudice a shot.








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