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THE BUZZ: Zipper Interactive has announced two new DLC packs for SOCOM 4, with the first being released this week.

The first pack adds a new mode known as Demolition which sees the teams fighting over a single bomb on the map which they must take control of and denote at their opponents base. The pack is available now, priced at $9.99, and comes with four maps, two new guns and six new character skins. The pack is also compatible with six of the games current maps, giving a total of 10 maps to play in this mode.

The second piece of DLC will be called the Evac Co-Op Pack and will be available November 1st for $7.99. The pack introduces a new Evac Co-Op mode along with one new co-op map, two new weapons and six new character skins. “In Evac, players are caught behind enemy lines and must fight their way out alive. Your pick-up vehicle is on-route to a designated location, and it’s up to you to fight your way there and defend the point until your exit arrives,” explains Zipper. “Evac works across the original six cooperative missions as well as the new Onslaught location included in this pack. Onslaught also supports the original Espionage and Takedown cooperative modes.”

EGM’s TAKE: With two new DLC packs and two new game modes, Zipper is really rewarding fans who have stuck with the game.

Do you still play SOCOM? Leave a comment below.

Source: Sony

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Two SOCOM 4 DLC Packs Revealed

Zipper Interactive has announced two new DLC packs for SOCOM 4, with the first being released this week.

By Matthew Bennett | 10/19/2011 08:56 AM PT

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THE BUZZ: Zipper Interactive has announced two new DLC packs for SOCOM 4, with the first being released this week.

The first pack adds a new mode known as Demolition which sees the teams fighting over a single bomb on the map which they must take control of and denote at their opponents base. The pack is available now, priced at $9.99, and comes with four maps, two new guns and six new character skins. The pack is also compatible with six of the games current maps, giving a total of 10 maps to play in this mode.

The second piece of DLC will be called the Evac Co-Op Pack and will be available November 1st for $7.99. The pack introduces a new Evac Co-Op mode along with one new co-op map, two new weapons and six new character skins. “In Evac, players are caught behind enemy lines and must fight their way out alive. Your pick-up vehicle is on-route to a designated location, and it’s up to you to fight your way there and defend the point until your exit arrives,” explains Zipper. “Evac works across the original six cooperative missions as well as the new Onslaught location included in this pack. Onslaught also supports the original Espionage and Takedown cooperative modes.”

EGM’s TAKE: With two new DLC packs and two new game modes, Zipper is really rewarding fans who have stuck with the game.

Do you still play SOCOM? Leave a comment below.

Source: Sony

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89