15 May

Sony Computer Entertainment, in cooperation with the development studio Lightbox, has announced a follow-up to 2007’s Warhawk in Starhawk. The formerly multiplayer-only series will keep to its 32-player online roots and receive a robust single player option as well. The more Western/Sci-Fi fusion of the game’s aesthetics will carry over into a new “Build and Battle system”, which allows for large base structures to be dropped and used on the battlefield. Transports will now be able to transform instantly from land to air schematics. No release date information for the game has been given.

3 thoughts on “Sony Introduces ‘Warhawk’ Follow-Up, ‘Starhawk’”

    1. Yeah, but I am only really interested in the multiplayer. The single player mode sounds like something they decided to tack on to train you so you know what to do in multiplayer against human players.

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