The game I'm sure many first-person shooter and Sony-related FPS fans have been dying to hear about was eventual appearance of the beloved SOCOM franchise on the PlayStation 3. So, of course, it's coming to the system. Duh, no brainer, the thing prints money for Sony.
While we never got to see the game in person, in action, we did get a trailer and some pictures. Better than nothing, I'd say. Check out the details of this 32-person multiplayer extravaganza after the jump and enjoy the photos in our gallery.
Following its success as the number one online PlayStation®2 franchise, SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs breaches onto the PLAYSTATION®3 (PS3™) computer entertainment system in high-definition this holiday-season. SOCOM Confrontation delivers the ultimate next-generation online combat experience made possible by the power of PS3.
SOCOM Confrontation focuses on online play and the global community and clans that support it. With support for Tournaments, Clan Ladders, Leader Boards, this latest title in the multi-million unit selling franchise is exactly what SOCOM fans have been clamoring for. Additionally, players will be able to modify their appearance through facial and physical customization.
A global-scale experience, SOCOM Confrontation gives players the opportunity to battle against the best and brightest from the U.S., Europe and Asia.
SOCOM Confrontation deploys with five new North African themed maps, including a 32-player version of “Crossroads.” Additional themed packs for SOCOM Confrontation will be made available for download via the PLAYSTATION®Store.
Ultimate 32-player online combat experience featuring stunning high-definition visuals, advanced physics, ballistics, impact and destruction modeling Rich interactive and destructible environments supporting multiple game types Full support of the SIXAXIS™ wireless controller, offering greater control Choice of playing as various International Special Forces Advanced voice communication systems and immersive audio Comprehensive player customization including fully featured load out, encumbrance and unique uniforms Up to seven different game modes are available on each map Advanced player matching, players can form a team with their friends and easily join an online game Regional combat or challenge teams from around the world Additional themed downloadable content packs available post launch
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