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Warhawk -- Operation: Omega Dawn Videos and Trailers - PS3

Warhawk -- Operation: Omega Dawn
Game Description:The heart-pounding, gut-wrenching thrill of Warhawk get even more intense with Operation: Omega Dawn, Warhawk's first downloadable Booster pack. Developed by Incognito Entertainment, the highly-anticipated add-on pack redefines team tactics in Warhawk and introduces a host of new strategic elements. Featuring an entirely new battlefield, "Omega Factory," in which Eucadians and Chenovans are fighting for control, Operation: Omega Dawn includes six map configurations where warhawks can take flight through the night skies of an isolated factory world. Adding to the intensity, players can board the KT-424 Combat Dropship – a supreme vehicle that can transport up to seven troopers and a ground vehicle at one time, allowing for massive invasions on enemy territories. The Dropship act as a multiplayer Boss character, similar to those found in single player games, and creates memorable moments where seven players are operating in smooth coordination.
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