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June 12, 2010 // 11:12 am - The European Product Manager for SCEE, Richard Yap, along with Ed Byrne of Zipper Interactive have announced today a new trailer for SOCOM Special Forces for the PS3.

To quote: I'm pleased to reveal we have a new trailer for SOCOM Special Forces. As a treat we have a few words from Ed Byrne, Creative Director at Zipper Interactive

This is Ed Byrne at Zipper. I'm proud to announce that our first official gameplay trailer is now unleashed for your viewing pleasure.

After revolutionary group Naga swiftly takes over a Southeast Asian country, a lone group of Special Forces operators is all that remains to bring control to chaos. Led by a legendary NATO Operations Commander, they have just six days to unravel the elusive intentions of Naga's commanding General.

In the trailer you're going to see first hand the new features we're bringing to the SOCOM series, including destructible environments, dynamic cover and an all-new tactical AI system. Under all this you'll see the heart of SOCOM beating - a team of operators working together against unimaginable odds to get the job done.

We've revealed the main characters and their backgrounds in previous posts but now you get to see them in action; stay tuned for further updates.

Okay, you can go back to the World Cup now!

Video: SOCOM 4 Special Forces PS3 E3 2010 Gameplay Trailer

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#2 - textcy - June 14, 2010 // 3:27 am
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I'm glad that they'be brought back the campaigne mode, playing online was alright but i liked playin the missions like the good ol ps2 versions. Socom online may as well have been just another call of duty.

#1 - pantherspwn - June 13, 2010 // 7:49 am
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I absolutely love how this game looks. What really excites me about it, though, is the fact that it will have playstation move functionality.