Hello, PlayStation community. We hope you enjoyed the live playthrough of our Horizon Zero Dawn reveal demo during the Paris Games Week Press Conference. There’s a lot more to this early slice of the game than we had time to showcase. Luckily, we’ve created a video to offer you a more detailed look at a demo that prior to this week had only been seen behind closed doors.
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RIGS Mechanized Combat League is at Paris Games Week with a brand-new playable arena. For the uninitiated, RIGS is a competitive, first-person arena shooter currently being developed for PlayStation VR by Guerrilla Games Cambridge. The eponymous “RIGS” are piloted, highly-tuned, athletic machines that compete in the global sport of the future. Located in the gorgeous […]
When the original Killzone came out for PS2 on November 2nd, 2004, we had no way of knowing its red-goggled antagonists would go on to invade four additional console platforms, five more Killzone games, nine other PlayStation titles, a toy line, a novelization and a manga. But here we are, ten years later, and the world of Killzone is bigger than ever.
A new batch of free maps for Killzone Shadow Fall multiplayer and Killzone Shadow Fall Intercept hits the PlayStation Store today! Fight against the enemy team on the new “The Statue” competitive multiplayer map, or cooperate with your friends on “The ATAC Tower” and “The Canal” co-op maps.
Set up your turrets, ready your med supplies, take up your positions, and brace for an all-out Helghast assault — we’ve prepared a new E3 trailer of Killzone Shadow Fall Intercept for you, and it’s chock full of action-packed online co-op goodness!
PlayStation.Blog recently sat down with Arjan Bak, Lead Designer on Killzone Shadow Fall Intercept on PS4 to talk about our upcoming online co-op action expansion. In the video, Bak reveals more about gameplay, the importance of teamwork, and some of the different Combat Roles available in Intercept.
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