Polygon picked up word on the lawsuit that was filed in California by resident Douglas Ladore in Northern District California court. According the lawsuit, Sony falsely advertised Killzone: Shadow Fall and its ability to hit 1080p.
What’s better than mercilessly mowing down your enemies in Killzone: Shadow Fall? Doing so with a bunch of your best buddies in tow! Along with a new free multiplayer map.
Fans of PlayStation 4 FPS Killzone Shadow Fall are likely already aware that a pair of brand new multiplayer maps were quietly released for the game just a couple of days ago. Now the developers at Guerrilla Games have broken the silence on the title's first major online update, the Insurgent Pack.
The article states that the resolution forKillzone Shadow Fall in the multiplayer is not 1920 x 1080p, but rather 960 x 1080i.
Well, it's now official: Killzone: Shadow Fall has managed to sell 2.1 million copies for the Sony PlayStation 4 since launch.
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.
The console wars are starting to get to the good bits in the early parts of the battle encounters. We're now able to start comparing sales data between hardware and software. The great part about it is that not only do we have confirmation of the PS4 outselling the Xbox One, but the game sales also reflect this axiom as well.
In Killzone: Shadow Fall, the series' long-running tradition of evolution is alive and well in both the single player and multiplayer campaigns. While not everything Guerrilla Games tries to accomplish in this latest shooter for the PlayStation 4 is a resounding success, you have to at least appreciate the effort to shake things up. And while some of those big alterations fall flat, there are just as many moments where this PS4 FPS truly soars.
What happened? Seriously? Man, critics need help these days. One of the most disappointing moments in gaming history rests here in the confinement of this very article: the revelation that Microsoft's Xbox One actually managed to beat out Sony's PS4 when it comes to launch titles on Metacritic.
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.
This is it, this is the end... RIP Knack, Killzone and Contrast. You didn't even properly launch to the public but the media has already killed you. The games that will help usher in the next generation of the PlayStation 4 are dead on arrival at everyone's favorite review pool aggregator, Metacritic.
While Microsoft's executives have been making the marketing rounds to downplay the important of resolution and graphics the way an insecure fellow would go around talking about “size doesn't matter”, Sony's worldwide studio head honcho, Shuhei “The Boss” Yoshida has been going around saying just the opposite, that size does matter because he's got a big package... in the PS4.
With the embargo clearly up and reviews pouring in ahead of the PlayStation 4's launch this week, gaming sites have been dumping all sorts of assets and media online for everyone to consume before the big retail throw down this weekend when the PlayStation 4 officially launches.
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.
Even though the release is almost practically around the corner, we haven't had a lot of screen-time of Killzone. In fact, out of all the next-gen games on the horizon, next to DriveClub, Killzone seems to stay out of the video spotlight... until today.