Combat Mission Shock Force - Marines Announced

Battlefront announces Combat Mission Shock Force - Marines, the first add-on module for Combat Mission Shock Force. The module does not yet carry a release date, but the price point is revealed as $25.00. Word is:
Battlefront.com has now officially announced Combat Mission Shock Force - Marines, the first expansion to Combat Mission Shock Force, one of the most detailed and sophisticated tactical ground combat simulations available.

Shock Force - Marines is the first of several planned expansions of the Combat Mission contemporary warfare setting.

This, the first Module, adds a significant number of new formations, units, weapons, equipment and vehicles for both the US and Syrian sides, as well as brand new missions, maps and a campaign. General game engine improvements (such as Tactical Artificial Intelligence improvements, tweaking cover values and so on) are included as well, although they are also available to all Shock Force customers. This ensures that everybody plays by the same rules and experiences the same basic gameplay.
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"Regarding the news, this smells like "release a bunch of bug fixes as an expansion instead of a patch" though I could be wrong."

Well, they have been releasing the fixes for free already.
The critical bugs are gone, from what I understand, but there are still some glitches.
I actually bought the game on pre-order back when it came out, but I'm waiting for 1.10 or so before I play it. Let others clear out the bugs, I say..

They have planned a Marines module all along, and have been talking about it for months and months. It's new content, in terms of a new faction, units and missions. So now, instead of just the Stryker Brigades, you can control the USMC too.


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