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Killzone: Mercenary fans still waging war in the Vita trenches have some brand new battlegrounds to tear to pieces as Guerilla Cambridge announces the official release of game Update 1.06, offering a couple of minor behind the scenes tweaks and two brand new (sort of) maps to litter with bullet casings.
If you’re getting tired of blasting your way through the same old stomping grounds in Killzone: Shadow Fall’s online multiplayer, then developer Guerrilla Games has some good news for you: The first two new maps are inbound.
Killzone: Shadow Fall has recently launched for the PlayStation 4, which itself just recently launched this past Friday. The game and the system have taken the gaming community by storm, offering up the next-generation of gameplay and visuals on a PlayStation home console.
With just under two weeks left until the launch of the PlayStation 4, we can expect to see a downpour of media concerning the new console's launch titles leading up to the big day. This weekend, Sony released some hands-on impressions for Killzone: Shadow Fall, along with a hefty look at online play from one of the game's early testers.
It’s been quite a few weeks since Killzone: Mercenary first launched on the PlayStation Vita and the online community is still going strong. The team over at Guerilla Cambridge isn’t slowing down either, as today they’ll be launching the game’s second big update, this one addressing online stability and gameplay.
Killzone: Mercenary has been up and running on the PlayStation Vita for a little over a week now, giving players the world over a chance to step into the shoes of a gun for hire and tackle missions that offer the biggest payday. The developers at Guerrilla Cambridge said the game's online portion has been steaming right along, and now have some stats to share concerning everyone's go-to weapons.
Let’s just cut straight to the chase, shall we? The one question on all of our minds concerning Killzone: Mercenary is “Did Guerilla Cambridge finally deliver on the promise of making a quality first-person shooter for a portable console?” The answer, in brief, is “absolutely.”
The Killzone: Mercenary multiplayer beta is only two days away from opening up to PS Plus subscribers, meaning would-be Vita recruits only have 48 hours to prepare for the latest online battlefield set in the Killzone universe. Thankfully, the folks at Guerrilla Cambridge have got you covered.
Coming off the ACM 212 fiasco that involved a game where it was promoted and promised as something that was not delivered, gamers sort of don't want to get wrapped up in the same hype cycle again. Well, watching the Killzone: Shadow Fall footage at Sony's event might have prompted for such expectations, however Guerrilla Games delivered by showing that the game is actually playable.
If your exposure to the Killzone franchise already includes Killzone 2 and Killzone 3, then chances are pretty good that you have little interest in picking up the recently announced Killzone Trilogy just to try out the original Killzone with an HD makeover. Well, good news! Killzone Community Editor Victor Zuylen has announced the Killzone HD will also be heading to PSN as a standalone title on Oct. 23.
It's time to step in the zone. No, not the AutoZone. I'm talking about the Killzone. Guerilla Games' iconic red-eyed antagonists, the Helghast, as well as the men and women of the ISA, will be joining the likes of Kratos and Ratchet and Clank as the Killzone Trilogy becomes the latest PlayStation Collection to hit store shelves.
Sony may soon re-release all of the Killzone console games in one package. Amazon France is now listing Killzone Trilogy for release on the PS3 later this fall.
It would appear that the first Killzone won't be coming to the PS3 after all. Today Guerrilla Games announced that the project, revealed just last month, has been put on hold until further notice.
Killzone, the PlayStation 2 shooter that launched the popular franchise, is about to make a comeback. Sony will be re-releasing the game through PSN on January 24th.