3D can be new standard for shooters, says SOCOM dev
‘Immersion, deep environments and a real sense of danger’
A 3D display could soon become a new standard for shooters, according to the developer of PS3 FPS titles Mag and SOCOM 4.
Killzone 3, Crysis 2 and Call Of Duty: Black Ops have all recently included the option to play in stereoscopic 3D, winning rave reviews from critics for the implementation of the tech.
SOCOM 4: Special Forces, which releases in Europe next week, is the latest big hitter to go 3D, and we recently joined lead designer Travis Steiner during a Special Forces co-op event for a chat about both the game and life at Zipper Interactive.
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