Former SOCOM devs unveil first H-Hour footage

Special Operations Forces Studios, the team comprised of former SOCOM creators, has unveiled the first footage of its spiritual SOCOM successor, H-Hour: World's Elite.


The folks at Special Operations Forces Studios, home to a number of former Zipper Interactive alumni, have unveiled the first footage of their spiritual successor to the SOCOM series. A new videos shows off early pre-alpha footage of H-Hour: World's Elite, nearly six months after the game was successfully crowdfunded.

A disclaimer in the opening seconds points out that H-Hour is a work in progress and has yet to receive any sort of tuning. However, what's on display does show the kind of tactical military action that helped define the SOCOM series for so many years. Oh, and dancing. There's dancing in it, too.

It's far too early to estimate a release date, but H-Hour: World's Elite is aiming to release on PC and PS4 when it's finished.

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