New York, USA (June 13, 2007)– Combat Mission: Shock Force features highly realistic tactical action with players leading squads and individual vehicles. While some of the vehicles might be fairly unknown at first, players will be able to understand and appreciate their flexibility vast array of specialized capabilities throughout the game. More importantly they will also learn of their weaknesses, often the hard way…
Battlefront has now released more details on the different vehicles and their tactical advantages as well as screens showing the various models.
While the US forces in the game mainly rely on two vehicles, the Stryker and the Bradley, for its mechanized troops, Syria is drawing upon a whole range of Soviet manufactured IFVs (infantry fighting vehicles) and APCs (Armored personnel carriers).
Read the full description and see all screens on Blogfront. http://www.battlefront-newsletter.com/Blogfront/tabid/55/Default.aspx
Combat Mission: Shock Force is set for a worldwide release on July 27, 2007.
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