Warhawk Gets Trophies, Custom Soundtracks and Third Booster Pack This Week

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This week is going to be HUGE for Warhawk. So huge in fact that it’s sure to entice old players back into the game and maybe even draw in a whole new crop of fans. You see, this Wednesday and Thursday mark the launches of two major game updates: the free v1.5 Update adding trophies, custom soundtracks and a host of other features, and Operation: Fallen Star, the game’s third booster pack expansion which includes a new map environment and jetpacks.

As he always does when something big is going down in the world of Warhawk, the game’s Director, Dylan Jobe popped in over at the PlayStation blog earlier this afternoon to fill gamers in on all the details regarding the new expansion. As now confirmed, it will be released this Thursday on the PlayStation Store for $7.99 individually or as part of a bundle of all three booster packs for a mere $15.99. For the $8 you’ll be given the keys to your very own Icarus Mk.1 Rocket Pack and get the Tau Crater stage with 10 different layouts. On top of all that, a whopping sum of 30 bonus layouts will also be included to bring new jetpack-ready maps to all of the game’s previous stages.

Jobe also goes into great length describing how the Icarus Mk.1 Rocket Packs are used in the game, like how you obtain them through special vending machines and how they can be equipped while riding a vehicle so you can use them like an ejector seat to bail out. Read up on every last detail at the link below.

Warhawk Operation: Fallen Star [PlayStation.Blog]

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