SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Confrontation Latest News - PS3

Game Description:Note: SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Confrontation is only playable as a multiplayer game - online or via LAN network. Bluetooth headset is not included with this rental or purchase.When the fight goes global, you've got to take the battle worldwide. Confront your enemies all over the world as four generations of shooters culminate in the ultimate online action! Play with and against the best from the U.S., Europe, and Asia. Clan structure is built in, so teaming up is easy. Up to 32 players battle on seven detailed maps, five of which are scalable and all of which have night and day versions. Play as one of five units from the U.S., Great Britain, Germany, Spain, and France. Build your character from the ground up, including body and facial appearance. Themed packs will continue to be downloadable - including new weapons and maps - to keep the action coming!
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SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Confrontation News

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  • Sony Announces SOCOM 4, Coming This Fall

    Sony just announced that SOCOM 4, the latest installment in Zipper Interactive’s acclaimed tactical military shooter, is not only officially in the works, but it will be released this fall. Details are understandably few at this point, but Zipper community manager Jeremy Dunham posted the following description over at the PlayStation...

    Posted March 4, 2010

    Sony Announces SOCOM 4, Coming This Fall
  • Sony Releasing More Classics

    Sony is adding a couple more titles in its "Greatest Hits" line: SOCOM U.S. Navy SEALs Confrontation and Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune. Sure, $29.99 is pretty cheap for a whole game, but do U.S. Navy Seals and Drake's Fortune actually deserve the descriptor of "Greatest?" I'd say yes on Drake's Fortune and no on Navy...

    Posted August 17, 2009

    Sony Releasing More Classics
  • Ghostbusters Firehouse And Other New Content Hit Home

    There is quite a bit of new content hitting PlayStation Home today, says PlayStation Blog. First, there’s the SOCOM Tactical Operations Center space where players can congregate to discuss strategies, check out regional leaderboards and purchase new military-themed accessories for your avatar. EA has also done some remodeling in its EA...

    Posted June 18, 2009

    Ghostbusters Firehouse And Other New Content Hit Home
  • 'SOCOM: Confrontation' Patch 1.30 Delayed Until January

    Unfortunately, the long-awaited 1.30 patch for SOCOM: Confrontation, which will attempt to make major fixes to the game, has been delayed until January 2009. The patch, which developer Slant Six has finished work on, is currently awaiting Sony's certification process. The people that do the certifying just happen to be on vacation. How dare...

    Posted December 23, 2008| 16 Comments

    'SOCOM: Confrontation' Patch 1.30 Delayed Until January
  • 'SOCOM: Confrontation' Trophies Coming Soon

    Those of you that picked up Slant Six's 3rd-person shooter, SOCOM: Confrontation (PS3), might have noticed that the game doesn't have trophies... especially since the games box claims to support trophies. It also claims to support Home, which isn't even out yet so don't pay too much attention to the game box. Your trophy support will be added...

    Posted October 16, 2008| 22 Comments

    'SOCOM: Confrontation' Trophies Coming Soon
  • SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Confrontation Entrapment Map

    Posted: November 25, 2009

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